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Undergraduate Student

Taylor Haselton

Majors: Natural Resources Education + Environmental Resource Management

Expected Graduation Date: December 2018

  • Science Education Option + Watershed Management Option

I am an innovative and forward thinking junior studying at Virginia Tech. I will be graduating from the College of Natural Resources and the Environment in the spring of 2018 with a double major in Natural Resources Conservation and Environmental Resource Management with concentrations in Natural Resources Science Education and Watershed Management, respectively. At Virginia Tech, I am an active member of the American Water Resources Association and the Chi Chapter of Xi Sigma Pi, the Forestry Honor Society. Outside of academia I dedicate my time to volunteering as a Firefighter/EMT in my community as well as to exploring the natural world in my Jeep.

In the near future, I will build upon my passion for public service first as a Park Ranger, and then ideally as a Public Planner in a coastal community. I believe that the easiest way to promote sustainability is by educating and exposing the public to the natural world. Through my studies, professional work, and personal life I intend to help secure a healthy and accessible environment in order to ensure that the next generation will have the same opportunities I have had in the natural world.

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