Merrimack College student using environmental studies education to help AVIS and save endangered species

|Merrimack senior Madison Davis, of San Jose, Calif., is already putting her environmental studies major to good use. Davis worked with Andover Village Improvement Society officials this spring to develop a land management plan for its newly acquired Lightning Tree Reservation. The reservation is home to engangered plants and animals so it needs a plan to protect the species while opening the land to recreation.|


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