Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association
The CLUS is helping the Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association (CCWA) celebrate 30 years as a leader on matters that affect the health and welfare of the Conodoguinet Creek Watershed.
To commemorate this anniversary, CLUS and CCWA are launching a new interactive map and video project called, “A Long Way with Many Bends.” The project is a visual story of Pennsylvania’s Conodoguinet Creek and Watershed, the Conodoguinet Creek Water Trail and the Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association. The story includes educational materials about the region’s waters, geology and agriculture, and it highlights stunning images taken from the air and interviews with people working on the ground to protect, preserve and promote the watershed. “A Long Way with Many Bends” is the cumulative result of 30 years of CCWA-inspired watershed partnerships and another product of 150 years of high-quality student learning experiences at Shippensburg University.
From 2018-2019 the Shippensburg University Office of Communications and Marketing developed a series of videos in support of this project. CLUS scientists collected drone imagery along the creek and developed a story map to highlight the Conodoguinet Creek and Water Trail.
Undergraduate Student Fellow
Courtney is a student at Shippensburg University pursuing a major in Geoenvironmental Studies and a minor in GIS. She is also a member and Captain of the Women’s Volleyball Team for Shippensburg. Scheduled to graduate December of 2018, Courtney is hoping to pursue a career in the GIS field of work. In her spare time, Courtney enjoys hiking, kayaking, meeting friendly dogs, and hanging out with her teammates.
Projects: Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association (2018)
Scott Drzyzga, Ph.D., GISP
Professor, Department of Geography-Earth Sciences
B.A. in Geography from State University of New York at Geneseo
M.A. in Geography from Michigan State University
Ph.D. in Geography from Michigan State University
Dr. Drzyzga is the GIScience Director for the CLUS. He is an experienced specialist in geographic information science and technology, is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP). Scott is also a certified Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) pilot that uses small drones to collect aerial photography.