Mapping a career path

FALLS VILLAGE — Friday the 13th (of April) was Science Day at Housatonic Valley Regional High School. A group of speakers, sponsored by the Northwest Corner’s Mad Gardeners, spoke to the students about their science careers, ranging from the National Park Service to cartography to the relationship between plants and wildlife.

Elizabeth Schrang, program administrator for the Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust in Kent, spoke candidly about her education and career path. She earned a B.S. degree in environmental science from Dickinson College.

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