News & Blogs


10 February 2020

Finding Comfort in my Discomfort

Starting out in my year-long fellowship in the US Fish and Wildlife headquarters, I am out of my comfort zone. My previous internships involved being outdoors for wildlife conservation research in rugged conditions. I am…
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15 January 2020

First Week with the National Trails System

In my first week working with the National Trails System I got to visit our nation’s capital, Washington D.C., for the first time.
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02 December 2019

Traditional Sheepherding in the San Luis Valley

We are in an age of transition, with new technology evolving at an accelerating rate. It seems that every day we are adapting to a new world. With every new adaptation, we are leaving a…
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19 November 2019

Open Season on Education

In the fall season of the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge the tree leaves have changed color and fallen already.
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18 November 2019

The San Juan National Forest - A Journey of Self-Discovery

It is such an interesting thing to think that my time with the Forest Service is coming to an end. I look back on these six months and commemorate my experiences and know they were…
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18 November 2019

Mi Segundo Hogar

While all the other Hispanic Access fellows are saying goodbye to their offices across Colorado, I get to call Gunnison my home for a while longer.
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