Very pleased to be able to share good news on new jobs for two recent lab alumni, Larissa Holman (MREM 2015) and Carlisle Kent (MREM/MLIS 2016). Larissa worked on the Mactaquac storymap in summer 2014, which was presented as a poster at ISSRM 2015 in Charleston as well as discussed recently in the NICHE newsletter. She has been on maternity leave since graduation but is starting a contract this month with the Ecology Action Centre working on daylighting a section of the Sawmill River running through Dartmouth. Carlisle has been working on contract doing bibliometrics and other secondary data analysis for the Reconciling Holistic Management project since her completion in December 2015. Immediately after finishing the contract with me at the end of this month, Carlisle will begin a contract with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, doing conservation records management as trained by the MLIS part of her Masters. There she will join past farm biodiversity lab alumna, Kate Goodale (MES 2013), now TRCA Coordinator for the Don & Highland Watersheds. Congratulations to Larissa and Carlisle both.