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Photos and Captions: Power Authority Hosts Capital Region Envirothon

May 8, 2009  
 

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Steve Ramsey (left), New York Power Authority community relations manager, beside a winning team of Sharon Springs students—Kyle Myers, Tamara Euler, Derek Young, Tiffany Fitch and Adam VanArsdal—at this year’s Capital Region Envirothon. Approximately 20 high school teams, representing Schoharie, Albany and Schenectady counties, took part in the competition that tested students’ knowledge of aquatics, soil, forestry and wildlife. The event was held late last month at the Power Authority’s visitors center at the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project in the Northern Catskills.

 

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Steve Ramsey (left), New York Power Authority community relations manager, beside a winning team of Watervliet seniors—Crystal Matott, Jesse Lehnert, Ashley Soto and Nick Hodges—at this year’s Capital Region Envirothon. Approximately 20 high school teams, representing Schoharie, Albany and Schenectady counties, took part in the competition that tested students’ knowledge of aquatics, soil, forestry and wildlife. The event was held late last month at the Power Authority’s visitors center at the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project in the Northern Catskills.

 

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Steve Ramsey (left), New York Power Authority community relations manager, beside a winning team of Schenectady County high school seniors—Corey Arndell, Beth Smith, Andrea Fortman, Ben McKeeby, Keri McDaniel, Erica Remling—at this year’s Capital Region Envirothon. Approximately 20 high school teams, representing Schoharie, Albany and Schenectady counties, took part in the competition that tested students’ knowledge of aquatics, soil, forestry and wildlife. The event was held late last month at the Power Authority’s visitors center at the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project in the Northern Catskills.

 


Photo Credit: NYPA 

For more information:
Paul DeMichele
914-390-8186

Paul.DeMichele@nypa.gov
 

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