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05 August 2022

Celebrating Latino Conservation Week - Naturaleza y Comunidad

Hello blog readers! Outside of my work as a projects and communications fellow for the Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers Program (based out of the Springfield Armory National Historic Site in Springfield, MA), about a…
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02 August 2022

Latino Conservation Week

Hello, my name is Josh Salwey, and I am a HAF intern for Vsitor Services at Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge In Trempealeau, Wisconsin. This past week our refuge was celebrating Latino Conservation Week. During the…
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31 July 2022

Nature is Alive at John Heinz

When you work at the John Heinz NWR Refuge, you don’t just do one thing. As an Environmental Education Intern, I have had the wonderful opportunity to learn archery, release native species of turtles, install…
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24 July 2022

Conserving American History

On the night of April 14, 1865, tragedy struck the nation as John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. Many books and dissertations have been written about those two figures and that night. But this…
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18 July 2022

Sifting through the National Parks

Hello everyone, my name is Jensen Bury and I am Commissioned Art Collection Intern with the Harpers Ferry Center. For this blog I thought it would be a good idea to talk about why I…
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15 July 2022

A Reflection on what it Means to be an Educator from a Future Educator

Hi! My name is Deliannie and I’m spending my summer working at the Providence Parks Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership in Providence, Rhode Island. So far, it’s been one crazy, fun-filled summer. If you had to…
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