Meet our Lead & Outreach Interns

Sawyer, the King of Puns

1. What is your ideal day on the river?

Kayaking followed by a cookout and a bonfire.

2. What is your favorite river jam?

“Julia” by Mountain Joy

3. What has been the most rewarding aspect of your internship?

Meeting all the people who come together to support the river, it’s been refreshing. More people care than I realized.

4. What surprises you most about being an Outreach Intern?

Learning how much work goes into funding the programs and the legal aspects to work.

5. What is your favorite snack to eat while conducted:

Cold Honeycrisp Apple Slices


Tucker, the Lab Lord

1. What is your ideal day on the river?

Canoeing and fishing with friends and family.

2. What is your favorite river jam?

“Dreams” by The Allman Brothers

3. What has been the most rewarding aspect of your internship?

Being able to be a part of the laboratory but also being able to help interpret the data outside the lab.

4. What surprises you most about being a swim guide intern?

Being able to interact with all kinds of people and being able to connect on the subject of water quality.

5. What is your favorite snack to eat while sampling?

Pistachios.

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