ABRHS Students Shared Conservation Work with the BCTrust at the Sargent Memorial Library on Saturday, 6/4 from 11:00 am to noon

ABRHS students are collecting data on the abundance of an invasive insect, the hemlock woolly adelgid, at the Beaver Brook Valley Conservation Area. This effort is a long-term monitoring program between student research and the Boxborough Conservation Trust that documents the human impact on our local environment. Depicted in this photo are 11th graders, Aisha Karim and Mariana Maranga. A group of students from ABRHS shared their work with the BCTrust and public on Saturday, 6/4 from 11 AM-12 Noon at the Sargent Library. Thanks to those of you who joined us! Their powerpoint presentation is available here.

Mariana Maranga shares information about the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid project at the Sargent Memorial Library – Brian Dempsey photo
Max Hurlbert-Lesk shows the 3-D topo map of the Boxborough Esker that will be on display at the Sargent Memorial Library