Work Team Spotlight: Maintenance Team

a.k.a. MAN-tenance Team.

The trio: Walker Dillard, Scott Warner, and Tim McAfee.

What do they do? Important stuff. Manly stuff.

If anything needs to be built, repaired, blazed, fetched, or disposed of, these fellas are on the job. They’re the handy men of the Barrier Island Environmental Program.

“David said he’s had a hard time recruiting maintenance team volunteers in […]

By |March 7th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on Work Team Spotlight: Maintenance Team

A Look at Local Outreach

This year, we’ve been investing more deeply in our Local Outreach program. Cortney Weatherby, a Senior Naturalist, has been spearheading the program since August; I (Hannah), as the Barrier Island Intern, have been assisting her ever since I arrived in January.


Cortney hails from far-far-away Nebraska. She graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with a degree […]

By |February 29th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||Comments Off on A Look at Local Outreach

Work Team Spotlight: Garden Crew

This week’s Work Team Spotlight is on the Garden Crew–the smallest yet unquestionably critical (and lovely) work team consisting of the dynamic duo: Ms. Sydney Rogers and Ms. Maggie Boling.

Sydney graduated from Georgia Southern University with a degree in Biology. Her favorite BI class to teach is Woods/Wetlands (don’t even get her started on […]

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A New Face at St.Christopher

Hey, there!

Let’s start with introductions, shall we? I’m Hannah, the new BI Intern, and I’ll be managing the Naturalists of BI Blog for the remainder of this year. I’m a Creative Writing major, Communication (i.e. journalism and talking) minor. I’m from Michigan, and until a few weeks ago, I’d scarcely ever touched a snake, […]

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