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CED 309 Students win First Place in the Poster Competition

Posted: December 13, 2018

"CED 309 students Alec Bottari, Catherine Martinez, and Sasha Pershanina won first place in the Poster Competition at the 2018 Fall Campus & Community Expo. Their poster was entitled "Preservation of Spring Creek Watershed Trails." In the poster, the students argue that by making hiking trails more widely known and accessible, people will visit them more often and develop an appreciation for the benefits they bring to communities and families by being a low-cost form of enjoyment. Some representative trails were mapped and analyzed. The poster and related GIS story map were part of the Engaged Scholarship component of CED 309 and will be published on the Spring Creek Watershed Atlas."
Sasha Pershanina representing her group at the 2018 Fall Campus & Community Expo

Sasha Pershanina representing her group at the 2018 Fall Campus & Community Expo

CED 309 students Alec Bottari, Catherine Martinez, and Sasha Pershanina won first place in the Poster Competition at the 2018 Fall Campus & Community Expo. Their poster was entitled "Preservation of Spring Creek Watershed Trails." In the poster, the students argue that by making hiking trails more widely known and accessible, people will visit them more often and develop an appreciation for the benefits they bring to communities and families by being a low-cost form of enjoyment. Some representative trails were mapped and analyzed. The poster and related GIS story map were part of the Engaged Scholarship component of CED 309 and will be published on the Spring Creek Watershed Atlas.