Hi! I’m Mike Seele. I’m currently a senior studying Environmental Analysis and Policy at Boston University.
After learning about issues faced by large watersheds, I became interested in learning how anthropogenic activities can impact water quality. Specifically, I am interested in learning more about the impact that coliform, surfactants, and other household wastes have on the health of a river. Water quality is not only a crucial aspect for clean drinking water but also for the heath of fisheries.
As an avid outdoorsman and fly-fishing enthusiast, I am excited to help ensure the health of trout habitats in the Neponset River Watershed. I am excited to meet and assist all the volunteers in the Citizen Water Monitoring Network. I look forward to learning more about Watershed Associations and water quality analysis.
Mike Seele, NepRWA Intern, 2018
I have loved the outdoors my whole life, and have grown up around the Neponset River Watershed. I have always wanted to work somewhere that allows me to help and conserve the environment and the wildlife that lives there and preserve it for future generations. I am excited to learn more about the Citizen Water Monitoring Network and the dam removal projects as I want to work with watershed management after I graduate college.
Charlie Karoff, NepRWA Intern, 2018