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07 November 2021

Chilling in Chollas Creek

We were not just chilling in the creek, but it made for a better title. The federal government was thankfully spared from a shutdown last month, which allowed us to visit one of our RTCA…
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05 November 2021

Connecting with Purpose

In late October, I had the privilege of being a part of the Emerging Leaders Program at the SHIFT conference in Grand Junction Colorado. I was recognized as a young professional that identifies the environment…
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18 October 2021

Alaska: All-Around Amazing

I’m back with more about Alaska! As a Communications Fellow, I am proud to work with the National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (NPS-RTCA), via the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). In…
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16 October 2021

Developing Schoolyard Habitats in LA

I cannot believe that I am already nearly halfway through my fellowship! It has been such a privilege to develop my skills and learn more about the community resiliency work that the National Park Service…
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15 October 2021

I was paid to go to my dream state: Alaska!

Working as a Communications Fellow for the National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program has been amazing! On a recent field visit, I was able to road trip all over Alaska, learning…
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14 September 2021

Anchoring Down in Anchorage

It is mid-September, and I just landed in Anchorage! A bit of context for the title—I graduated from Vanderbilt University, where “Anchor Down” is often used as a rallying cry at sporting events. Ahead of…
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