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Jason (Jay) Byrd

Jason (Jay) Byrd

“I am collaborating with other centers in my region (Bartram’s Garden, Cobbs Creek) for some of their events, as well as leading events at my center. On July 23, I led a storm drain marking event on 86th Street, from the gate of the refuge to Eastwick Train Station. This event is part of a…

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Madison Lebish

Madison Lebish

“The main goal of this project is to raise awareness of water(shed) health while trying to reach constituents that we don’t normally reach and building a sense of community based on a shared interest in clean water. We engaged community artists to paint sets of stepping stones which are placed at locations that are already…

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Hannah Powell

Hannah Powell

“With my Capstone, I aim to involve inner-city communities with the Fairmount Water Works and other environmental education centers. There are a lot of ways to get involved with the environment in an urban area, and I look forward to connecting people to the centers near them and informing them about what they can learn…

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Sam Zercher

Sam Zercher

“My Capstone project will reframe Croydon Woods as valuable preserve to community members instead of neglected trails that were previously used as a dumping ground. These efforts will result in more actively involved community members working to keep trash out of the parks and waterways, fighting invasive species, and having a deeper relationship with the…

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Xianny Jimenez

Xianny Jimenez

“Through this Capstone, we are educating people on waste that is being thrown out and eventually ends up in the Delaware River. This will be done through a 3D model that represents the city of Camden. I will educate the people of Camden on the importance of using clean alternatives that are good for the…

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Jackelyn Marie Valerio

Jackelyn Marie Valerio

“My project is to observe the progress and growth of native plant, Celery Grass. The Center for Aquatic Sciences helped me grow the plant and Camden County Environmental Center has overseen the project. With gathered data taken via photos, videos, and measurements, I’m educating Camden residents about what aquatic plants are (those native to and…

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