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INTERN BLOG:

  • Stephanie’s August 2021 Blog
    Hello all! This summer has gone by so fast, it is hard to believe that this will be my last blog […]
  • Kathleen’s August 2021 Blog
    Hi all! I cannot believe that it is already August or that this will be my last blog post. It […]
  • Kathleen’s July 2021 Blog
    Hi everyone! It’s been a busy and fun few weeks since my first blog post, and I hope everyone has […]

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Stephanie Spence

Stephanie Spence is a recent graduate from Miami University where she earned a degree in Zoology and Environmental Science. Stephanie is currently a master’s student in the Environmental Science program at Miami University of Ohio. Upon graduating, Stephanie hopes to pursue a career involving the conservation of natural resources. She enjoys hiking, playing piano, and photography in her spare time.

Kathleen Reilly

Kathleen is a senior at Loyola University Chicago studying Environmental Science. Her main interest is environmental education, and she hopes to help increase public interest and participation in conservation. Outside of work, Kathleen enjoys sewing, hiking, and rugby. As a Cincinnati native, she is excited to work in conservation near the tri-state area!

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Kelly Reedy

Fall 2020

Kelly Reedy is a resident of Kenton County. She is finishing her last semester at Northern Kentucky University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with a minor in Biology. She was inspired to go back to school after a cross-country road trip visiting national parks, and someday hopes to work for the National Park Service. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her husband and dog, sewing, and playing video games.

 

Joseph Pedro

Summer 2020

Joe Pedro is a resident of nearby Kenton County.  He is a senior Biology major with minors in Environmental Science and History at Thomas More University.  In his free time you can find Joe reading, listening to music, or spending time with his dogs.  Last summer Joe conducted a research project focusing on small mammal populations at the Boone Cliffs Preserve through the Boone County Parks Department so he’s excited to spend even more of his time in Boone County with BCCDKY!

 

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