Molly Dube (Forest Sciences)

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Agassiz, BC

Molly Dube

My first two co-op terms were as a Student Research Assistant at the Agassiz Research and Development Centre of Agriculture and Agri-food Canada. My time was split between working in the field collecting water samples, working in a laboratory analyzing, processing, and storing water and soil samples, and conducting data analysis. The two major projects I worked on involved monitoring Nitrogen uptake in highbush blueberry plants and observing the effects of varying treatments of Nitrogen based fertilizers and its application. The second project I was involved in was data editing and developing a presentation from a Canada-wide agricultural survey conducted in tandem with Statistics Canada. This co-op work term offered me so much more than a valuable work experience. I was lucky enough to find myself in a fun environment full of great people and coworkers. I made amazing connections and friends in Agassiz and learned so much about myself and the many possibilities that my degree in Forest Sciences has to offer

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