Siobhan Day

Conservation Easement Monitoring Intern

Siobhan Day smiles while standing in the woods.Siobhan Day (she/her) was born and raised in Rindge, New Hampshire, and is a rising senior at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she is pursuing a BS in Environmental Science. At Belmont, Siobhan is actively involved in organizations such as the Belmont Bird Club, Belmont University Gardens, and the Environment & Conservation Organization.

Her love for history intertwines with her environmental interests, as she also enjoys learning about the historical and ecological narratives of cities. In the future, Siobhan plans to further her career by pursuing a master’s degree in Urban Planning and Design, with a specific focus on green infrastructure. In her free time, she enjoys watching documentaries, reading, and hiking local trails.

Siobhan’s fervent passion for conservation has been a driving force in her academic and extracurricular pursuits. She is thrilled to embark on a conservation easement monitoring internship with the Harris Center’s land protection and stewardship program, where she aims to contribute meaningfully to conservation efforts while gaining valuable hands-on experience in conservation practices and land management strategies.