Sarah Stalcup, a sophomore at Delta High School, was a top finisher at the regional science fair in Grand Junction. She won two tops awards: $100 for the Bill Baird Cold Water Conservation Award from the Grand Valley Anglers, and $200 for the S.M. Stoller Corporation Science Award.
Stalcup advances to state competition in April.
The daughter of Terry and Paula Stalcup, Sarah was the only DHS student to complete a science fair project. Her project was based on a science and engineering apprenticeship she did with the U.S. Forest Service last summer. The topic was so interesting, she is turning it into a multi-year science fair project. The title of her project is "Riparian Area Multiple Indicator Monitoring." The project stems from data collection on Big Dominguez Creek.
Liston's science teacher, Robin Liston, encouraged her to enter her project in the regional science fair.blog comments powered by Disqus