Chloe March

KSC Conservation Intern

Chloe March smiles while a small newt crawls across her hand. (photo courtesy of Chloe March)Chloe (she/her) is a rising senior majoring in Environmental Studies and Sustainability with minors in Holocaust & Genocide Studies and Geoscience at Keene State College (KSC). She is the president of Eco-Reps, an on-campus club focused on providing sustainability resources for students, and an intern with the KSC Office of Sustainability. After her time at KSC, Chloe would like to explore the world by working in different places across the country and internationally in the field of conservation. Eventually, she’d like to work at a land trust in her home state of Maine.

Chloe is from Hampden, Maine, where she developed an appreciation for wild places. She is passionate about protecting the environment and enhancing our connection to nature. When she’s not at the Harris Center or KSC, she enjoys hiking and spending time with her dog, Penny.

She is one of four KSC students who were hired in 2024 to conduct ecological research, assist with stewardship and environmental education activities, and gain specialized training and firsthand experience with many facets of the Harris Center’s work as part of our summer conservation internship partnership with KSC.