Sawyer Connolly & Jennifer Glover – Woodstock Crew
May 30, 2022 |
Sawyer Connolly (he/him) –Sawyer Connolly is back for his second season with the VYCC as a Conservation (Youth?) Day Crew Leader at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vermont. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to share his enthusiasm for education and conservation efforts with his crew members. He has a strong focus on building an inclusive community where everyone feels comfortable being themselves and is extremely excited to teach members about the more technical aspects of conservation work such as trail building and maintenance, invasive plant identification, Leave No Trace principles and so much more. He aims to complete projects to the high standards set by the VYCC and NPS staff while having an absolute blast with the crew. So, get pumped up and ready to dig in, because this summer is going to be chock full of fun, challenge, and rewarding work!
Jennifer Glover (she/her) – Jennifer Glover returns to VYCC as a Crew Leader after spending her high school summers as a Crew Member. Jennifer spent a season with VYCC and two summers with NYC Northwest Conservation Corps. In 2019, Jennifer ventured. To the Pacific Northwest to attend the National Parks Law Enforcement Academy, but COVID had other plans and unfortunately had the program shut down. Jennifer came back home to Vermont and knew she wanted to be involved with VYCC again. In her free time, you will find Jennifer out hiking or out on her paddle board with her black lab, Roscoe, and her fiancé, David. In the winters, Jennifer, David, and Roscoe, take their RV to warmer weather for new adventures. Jennifer is so excited to be part of VYCC and to be working this summer in her hometown of Woodstock!