We have a great crew of interns in the Iowa Learning Farms/Water Rocks! water resources internship program this summer and we’re excited to introduce this year’s team of college student interns to you!
Pictured above left to right:
Front Row – Becca Wiarda, Emma Flemming, Ashley Armstrong, Taylor Manneman
Back Row – Josh Harms, Andrew Hillman, Clara Huber, Scott Grzybowski
Becca Wiarda, a native of Ackley, IA, is double majoring in Agricultural Business and Finance with minors in Sustainability and Agronomy.
Emma Flemming is originally from Des Moines, IA, and is studying Environmental Science at Iowa State University.
Ashley Armstrong, originally from Montezuma, IA, is studying agricultural education at Dordt College is Sioux Center.
Taylor Manneman, a native of Huntington Beach, CA, is majoring in Environmental Science at Iowa State University.
Josh Harms, from Ellsworth, IA, is serving as an AmeriCorps Volunteer with Water Rocks! and we’re thrilled to have him on board with us until August.
Andrew Hillman, a native of Bettendorf, IA, graduated from Iowa State University this spring with a degree in Agricultural Engineering. He will continue his education this fall at North Carolina State University. We are thrilled to have Andrew back with our program for a second summer!
Clara Huber hails from DeWitt, IA, and she is majoring in Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University.
Scott Grzybowski is originally from Albert Lea, MN, and is a recent graduate from Iowa State with a degree in Chemistry. He will be continuing his education at the University of Iowa this fall.
There will be several chances to meet and interact with this great group of students as the summer goes on. They will be traveling to all corners of the state with our fleet of Conservation Station trailers as we visit county fairs, farmers markets, field days, festivals, camps, and more. Stay tuned to the blog, as each intern will be sharing a guest blog post about their experiences over the course of the summer!