Blog


12 September 2022

What’s next?

Post my internship with U.S. FWS, I accepted a contract with One Montgomery Green (OMG) in partnership with Bethesda Green as a Community Outreach Coordinator. One Montgomery Green and Bethesda Green, close collaborators in creating…
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09 September 2022

A New Perspective on the Outdoors

Out of all the wonderful things I have gotten to experience during my time as a communications intern for the Portland Vancouver Urban Refuge Team, one of the best was getting the chance to work…
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08 September 2022

My summer experience with the fish AND Wildlife

Hi, my name is Josh Salwey, and I am a Hispanic Access Foundation intern at Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge in Trempealeau, Wisconsin. I have been working in Visitor Services here at the Refuge this summer.…
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31 August 2022

Surveys By The Beach

Hello again! It’s been about two months since I began my internship with the Ventura Fish and Wildlife office, and I thought for this month’s blog post, I would share a little about a trip…
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18 August 2022

Nature Speaks Spanish!

According to Forbes, the U.S. has the second largest population of Spanish speakers in the world. With a population of 332 million inhabitants in the U.S. (United States Census Bureau), 13 percent of them speak…
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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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