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Science teacher honored as PCSWCD’s Outstanding Conservation Educator of the Year

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GUILFORD — On June 15 the Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District (PCSWCD) presented Heather Doherty with its 2017 Outstanding Conservation Educator of the Year honor at a Piscataquis Community Secondary School awards ceremony. Doherty teaches science at PCSS.

Kacey Weber, educational coordinator for the PCSWCD, presented Doherty with her award and Sen. Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, provided a Legislative Sentiment to celebrate the occasion.

For more information on the Outstanding Conservation Educator of the Year honor or any of the PCSWCD’s programs, please contact 564-2321 extension 3, info@piscataquisswcd.org or go to www.piscataquisswcd.org.

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CONSERVATION EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR — Piscataquis Community Secondary School science teacher Heather Doherty, with plaque, was formally recognized as the Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District’s (PCSWCD) 2017 Outstanding Conservation Educator of the Year during a June 15 presentation at the school in Guilford. Pictured with Doherty are, from left, PCSWCD Educational Coordinator Kacey Weber, district director Sam Brown, Board Chair Gordon Moore and Appalachian Mountain Club Piscataquis County Education Coordinator Dawna Blackstone.

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LEGISLATIVE SENTIMENT — Sen. Paul Davis, R-Sangerville, presents Heather Doherty, standing to his left, with a Legislative Sentiment celebrating her being named the PCSWCD’s 2017 Outstanding Conservation Educator of the Year.

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