Kelsey Hurley from Monroe Community College presented to the RACOG board about her RACOG Community Resource Map that she worked on as part of a remote internship with the Tug Hill Commission. Her project is on the RACOG website and will also be available through the Tug Hill Commission’s map portal (www.tughill.giscloud.com). Kelsey is looking to continue to assist as she can with the project moving forward and was grateful for the opportunity. Also, Seth Lapp was at the board meeting to introduce himself to the board. He will be working as an intern this summer with the Tug Hill Commission through funding from the Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University and RACOG. His work will have him helping out communities with data collection and mapping projects.