Conservation District Selects Summer Intern
The Susquehanna County Conservation District is pleased to announce Paul Dunay as their summer intern for 2012. Every year the District gives a promising college student with either an environmental or agriculture major a chance for practical experience in the conservation field.
Paul Dunay is the son of Paul, Jr. and Sandy Dunay of Eaton Township, Wyoming County. He is a graduate of Tunkhannock Area High School and is entering his senior year at Keystone College. Paul’s major is Environmental Biology. His courses have included GIS and water assessment, basic ecology, petroleum geology, and statistical methods. He is active in the Eco Club on campus. Eco Club organizes campus and stream clean-ups and encourages “green” approaches to life. In his spare time Paul has obtained a “black belt” in American Freestyle Karate. He instructs classes of all ages in karate at High Energy Fitness and Karate in Tunkhannock, PA.
At the Conservation District, Paul gets to assist the staff in all phases of their work. He will go onto construction sites to do erosion and sediment control inspections, environmental education of youngsters, and review work done on Dirt and Gravel Road project sites. Paul’s energy and enthusiasm will be a great help to the District’s summer work load.
last updated 06/29/2012