Soil & Water Conservation District welcomes new invasive species specialist

April 5, 2019by ncdea

INDIANA, Dubois County SWCD, Daviess County SWCD, Martin County SWCD – The Dubois, Daviess, and Martin County Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCD) welcome Emily Finch as their new Invasive Species Specialist.   Finch moved to Indiana in 2016 from Wisconsin, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Northland College. While she is a recent Indiana resident, Finch brings with her years of experience working with invasive species. In Wisconsin, she spent several years managing invasive species in state parks and then coordinated five-county invasive species cooperative along the Wisconsin/Michigan border.

Source: Soil & Water Conservation District welcomes new invasive species specialist – Dubois County Free Press

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