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13 July 2021

Conserving Complicated Fish in a Complicated Place

Looking at a map of the Sacramento Delta, you’d think that you’re looking at a giant wetland. Or, at least I did, and that’s what it used to be. Today, the Delta is a highly…
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12 July 2021

Diary of an Imposter

When I first accepted my position as a USFWS DFP Fellow I did not realized the magnitude of the program. To me, it was a cool summer position I was lucky enough to receive. I…
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11 July 2021

Directorate Fellow

The last time anyone saw a Franklin’s bumble bee was the summer of 2006. But that doesn’t mean they’re not still out there. As a team of three Fish and Wildlife Service Fellows, David, Akhil,…
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10 July 2021

Building Partnerships to Help Endangered and Threatened Species

All it took was one e-mail. An e-mail with an attachment – a flyer for the MANO project. This email was sent to me and other students in my graduate program by our program coordinator. …
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09 July 2021

My Experience with the Karuk Tribe

In the town called Happy Camp in California, there exists a museum that I went to after completing my river survey. It was at the Community Center in Happy Camp about the Karuk Tribe who…
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09 July 2021

Representation in STEM: How USFWS Addresses Diversity for a Better Future

As a person of color, my experience moving into a predominantly white graduate school for a STEM program was difficult; being surrounded by not just white students, but white faculty and professors made me question…
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