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Lower Fox RiverWatershed Monitoring Program

Lynn Terrien

Lynn Terrien
Science Teacher at Green Bay Southwest High School
Lynn Terrien has been a science teacher in the Green Bay Area School District since 1993. She currently teaches Biology and Environmental Science at Green Bay Southwest High School. Lynn enjoys getting her students actively involved in their learning by hands-on activities, getting outdoors, and reaching out to the community. For her Masters project she created a woodland wildflower garden on the school grounds of Southwest High School. Lynn has been involved with the Lower Fox River Watershed Management project since it began and helped form the group of teachers that participate in this project. She takes great pride in the community of teachers and students that have been with this project and how many of the students have gone on to study Environmental Science at the college level after this high school experience. She has received the WSST Regional Award for Excellence in Science Education 1998, Golden Apple Award from the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce in 2001, Brown County Environmental Educator Award 2012.

Education: Bachelor of Science in Biologic Aspects of Conservation (now Environmental Science) from UW-Milwaukee. She earned her Teaching Certification from UW-Green Bay and received her Masters degree in Natural Resources from UW-Stevens Point.