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MEET OUR 2024 INTERNS

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MADISON LEEMAN

University of Idaho College of Law

Law Extern

I just completed my second year at the University of Idaho College of Law with a focus in Natural Resource and Environmental Law. I graduated from Washington State University in 2019 with a degree in Political Science Pre-Law and Environmental Science. In my free time I enjoy trail running, backpacking, and skiing with my dog and husband.

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LILY GREENWALD

Washington and Lee University

Water Quality and Ecology Intern

I am a rising senior at Washington and Lee University studying Biology and Global History, with a minor in Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies. I grew up in Houston, Texas, and I love to hike, bike, paint, sing, read, watch movies, and I’ll always be down to talk music with you. This summer, I will be working with Jack McLaren as the Water Quality and Ecology intern, studying the local watershed and working to protect it and its inhabitants for the future!

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HUNTER PAULY

Graduating Senior North Fremont High School

Byers Intern

I am a graduating Senior from North Fremont High School in Ashton, Idaho, and I am planning on attending the University of Idaho this fall for a Bachelor's degree in Fishery Sciences. I grew up just north of Ashton, Idaho on the Henry's Fork River. I love to fly-fish, hunt, shoot my bow and listen to country music. This summer I am the Byers intern at HFF, and I will be working on the riparian fencing along the Henry's Fork in Harriman State Park with Matt Hively.

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JOHN CERYANEK

Colgate University

Communications and Outreach Intern

I go to Colgate University in New York, and my major is Environmental Geography. I will be working with Jasper Davis as the Communications and Outreach intern at the Henry's Fork Foundation. I like to golf in my free time, and I am hoping to learn how to fly fish this summer.

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JACKIE HEITMANN

St. Lawrence University

Outreach and Fundraising Intern

I am a recent graduate from St. Lawrence University with a newly accredited BS in Statistics and a minor in Computer Science. My academic interests are largely focused in cross-cultural, quantitative research related to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in issues of native title, land rights, and food sovereignty. I am also deeply passionate about environmental conservation and am particularly interested in helping develop statistically-based technologies that promote sustainable crop management techniques for our agricultural industries. This summer, I am extremely excited to be working with my mentor Kamberlee Allison as the Fundraising and Outreach Intern for the foundation. I will be leading the Morning Bites program Tuesday to Friday mornings, and I'm eager to get to know the Ashton community. I hope to see you there!

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