|Stacy Huett - Titus Creek Intern
Stacy is a student in the Watershed Ecology program and is working on a transfer degree to the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho. Her long-term goal is to complete her bachelor's in Fisheries and Wildlife Resources. Stacy was born and raised in Walla Walla and enjoys spending time with her daughter, Addison, fishing, hiking, camping and being outdoors. Stacy's favorite experience in the Watershed Ecology program so far has been working on the Titus Creek Restoration Project. She has enjoyed learning about the aquatic benthic macro invertebrates and their significance in relation to the stream's health. Watershed Ecology has given her a strong interest in learning about salmon recovery and stream restoration and all aspects that revolve around it.
Jerimee Moniz - WWCC Intern
Jerimee grew up in Walla Walla and now resides in College Place, WA. He is currently enrolled in the Watershed Ecology program. He graduated from Walla Walla High School in 2005 and earned his Associate in Arts degree at WWCC in 2008. Jerimee learned about the Watershed Ecology program from an informational flyer while attending courses at WWCC in 2011. He has enjoyed learning about the processes involved in restoring wildlife habitat around Titus Creek and other riparian areas. He also enjoys identifying native and non-native plants and their relation to the natural ecosystem. Jerimee loves the outdoors and spends his time hiking, biking, exploring, traveling, listening to and playing music. Jerimee's long-term goal is to obtain employment with the Forest Service of Umatilla or Mt. Hood.
Dani Eberhardt - Titus Creek Intern
Dani is a Walla Walla native and student in the Watershed Ecology program. Dani has been a student at WWCC since 2005. She participated in various degree programs, but was never quite satisfied with the career direction she was following. After seeing an advertisement for the Watershed Ecology program on the WWCC electronic reader board, Dani requested more information on the program and enrolled into Watershed Ecology in 2012. Always an outdoor enthusiast, Dani feels she's finally found her niche! She has greatly enjoyed her participation in the Watershed Ecology program and looks forward to many more great opportunities to work outside and learn about the environment. Her favorite experiences so far have been working on Titus Creek, learning about the various species that live within the creek and learning not only about the quality of the stream's ecosystem, but how the surrounding environment also effects the creek and vice versa. Having the opportunity to watch work being done on the Tucannon River Restoration project was also a great experience! Dani's long-term goal after she graduates from the Watershed Ecology program is to obtain employment working in a fish hatchery or for Fish & Wildlife (WDFW).
Casey Goff - Walla Walla Watershed Management Partnership Intern
Casey completed her internship with the Walla Walla Watershed Management Partnership (WWWMP) and is currently working on finishing her degrees in Watershed Ecology and Associate in Science for transfer. Casey graduated in 2004 with her Associate in Arts degree and came across the Watershed Ecology Program by pure luck. Originally from Montana, Casey now lives in Dixie, WA with her family. She enjoys fishing, camping, boating, mushroom hunting and hiking. Casey loves the outdoors and being able to connect with nature in school and work. Her long term goals are to finish her Watershed Ecology degree at WWCC and transfer to the University of Idaho to complete her Bachelors and Masters in Fisheries and Wildlife.