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12 November 2019

Hasta Pronto Blanco

Looking back on the last couple of months, I find myself reflecting on the growth I have gained during my fellowship. I felt uncomfortable at times, navigating a completely different landscape (like coming across a…
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12 November 2019

Saliendo Salida

On a Sunday morning in mid-October, Miriam, a current Hispanic Access fellow, and Andrea, a former fellow, waited for me outside the humble U.S. Forest Service trailer in Poncha Springs, Colorado. I scrambled to find…
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12 November 2019

I Do Things at the Office Too, I Swear

It’s time to pause and reflect on a lot of travel in the past few months! It feels pretty good to be tucked away in my cubicle this week…
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01 October 2019

Life on the San Juan Pt. 2

How quickly these last two months have flown by.
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30 September 2019

Clarity in the Water

In college, I often struggled to find my niche in the conservation world. Not because I didn’t like certain aspects of conservation, quite the contrary, I was easily excited and drawn in by anything and…
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30 September 2019

Utilizing Partnerships to Protect our Home

At the US Forest Service Gunnison Ranger District, we work with a variety of partners from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to the Upper Gunnison River Water Conservancy District and different volunteer groups.
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