Conrad Oberweger is an undergraduate student at the University of Florida. He is pursuing a bachelor's degree in environmental science, in addition to a minor in soil and water science and a second minor in agricultural and natural resource law. Conrad has worked at the UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (CAIP) under the guidance of Stephen Enloe, PhD since August of 2018. His focus at CAIP includes providing horticultural care of plants used for experiments, maintenance of facilities, data collection and various other support for on-going experiments and services. Conrad also volunteers with the Florida Lakewatch Association, where he assists in monthly water quality monitoring of Florida’s lakes. Conrad plans to further his education after completion of his undergraduate degree by pursuing a master’s degree in Agronomy and hopes to embark into a career that promotes conservation-based tactics in agricultural production.