This week’s blog was written by John B., a Brookies alumni. John is a senior in high school. He found out about the academy from his Chinese teacher who thought that he would enjoy it. John figured he would enjoy the camp because he enjoyed a conservation camp that he attended previously. John loves spending time outdoors and often goes fishing. His plan is to attend college next fall to pursue biology and possibly Chinese too.
This week’s blog was written by Melinda J., a Bucktails alumni. Melinda has been interested in nature throughout her life, which is why she attended Wildlife Leadership Academy. She enjoys watching shows, reading books, and learning. Eventually, she would like to find a career in STEM.
This week’s blog post was written by Zachary M., a Gobblers Alumni! He describes how the American Beaver almost reached extinction but were repopulated thanks to the efforts of wildlife conservationists. He also talks about the ways in which they benefit the environment.
This weeks blog post is from Faryn S., a Drummers alumni! She writes about how to identify the invasive Spotted Lanternfly, and what action to take if you find them!
This weeks blog post is from Molly Hoffman, a Gobblers alumni! She writes about how her love of trees led her to want to become an environmental scientist.