Tribune-Star staff report
TERRE HAUTE —
Melissa Schollaert, RDH, HHP, has been added as a counselor of holistic health and nutrition at The Maple Center for Integrative Health.
Schollaert received her training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she was trained in dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. Drawing on this knowledge, Schollaert will help clients create a completely personalized “roadmap to health” that suits unique body, lifestyle, preferences and goals. Schollaert’s education was based in holistic nutrition, health coaching and preventive health.
The Maple Center, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization designed to provide integrative health education and clinical services, which combine the best of modern medicine and complementary care.
The Maple Center provides a physical facility that is subleased to credentialed clinicians who provide integrative health care services.
Schollaert office hours at the Maple Center are 8 a.m. to noon on Thursdays. Her website is www.realnutritiousliving.com, and she can be reached at 916-792-4281.
For more information about the Maple Center, call 812-234-8733 or email kalexander@themaple
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Carrie Green is the new district coordinator/educator for West Central Indiana Watershed Alliance, sponsored by the Sullivan County Soil and Water Conservation District.
Carrie has never been far from farms and outdoor activities, having grown up in Terre Haute and being a current resident of Riley.
“Coming from a family of farmers in southern Indiana, I have always been interested in agriculture and the use of natural resources,” she said.
Green enjoys hunting, fishing, gardening and woodworking. She is also a past 4-H member who now supports her daughter in showing horses and dairy cattle.
After studying chemistry and business administration at Indiana State University, Green garnered experience at Environmental Certification Labs, Inc., in Farmersburg, where she performed a wide range of tasks over six years. In this position, she learned the importance of water quality and how it can be negatively impacted.
Her proficient experience with water monitoring, calibrating lab equipment and sample analysis will benefit the WCIWA’s program. In addition to ongoing quarterly sampling on more than 40 sites in the Busseron Creek Watershed, the Turtle Creek, Turman Creek and Kelly Bayou (TTK) 319 grant is expected to add monthly sampling of at least half as many sites to the monitoring schedule next year.
Green will continue to promote past SWCD programs, such as Operation Medicine Cabinet and the Eighth Grade Wabash River Expedition, as well as ongoing support for the NRCS and WCIWA cost-share programs.