Tuesday, April 24, 2012

New Contributor: Caitlin Stewart, Hamilton County SWCD

Please join us here at the Adirondack Almanack in welcoming Caitlin Stewart as our newest contributor. Caitlin is Conservation Educator at the Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District (HCSWCD). One of HCSWCD’s largest programs is their Invasive Species program and Caitlin will be sharing her field experiences, as well as the efforts and results of forest surveys, and monitoring and management.

Caitlin has deep roots in Hamilton County as both her grandparents purchased property on Sacandaga Lake and Lake Pleasant in the 1960s. Her parents met and were married in Lake Pleasant, and she spent summers and vacations there. She’s been a full time resident since 2008, and is planning her September wedding in Lake Pleasant. Caitlin is also an avid hiker, skier, paddler, runner and biker.

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3 Responses

  1. Kstewart13413 says:

    Welcome, Caitlin! The parents and grandparents are truly proud of your dedication to the area! Keep on being “the change you want to see in the world!”

  2. Caitlin Stewart says:

    @Kstewart13413, thank you so much!

  3. M Stewart says:

    From my song “Prince Williams Lament” (The Valdez oil spill) ” You can hide under the covers,but I know one thing for sure…We’ll be measured by our brothers,by what we let Endure.” There are so many little things we can all do that add up to big changes in our environment. Public education helps awareness of these important issues. Thanks Caitlin we all support the fine efforts of (HCSWCD)and your dedication…

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