South Carolina DNR Heritage Trust Program summer intern Kiersten Weber categorizes and maps decorations of Native American bone pins that date back more than four thousand years ago. Her research helps shed light on social links between the various groups of people that inhabited South Carolina and Georgia thousands of years ago.
South Carolina Wildlife Intern Grant McClure reflects on his first month taking pictures, writing and working for the magazine at SCDNR’s downtown Columbia office. Filled with self-deprecating humor, this internship update covers the ups, downs and learning curves of starting a new internship.
Pam Corwin knew she had found her calling when she began working as a fisheries biologist. A career in fisheries was not something she’d considered as a child, but as she got her feet wet, she could easily see the positive impact of her work on the state’s natural resources. And this is where Corwin’s adventure begins.