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03 March 2022

A Question of Ethics

Conservators are often asked to perform treatments on objects that are badly deteriorated or damaged. Afterall, if an object is in good condition there’s not a good argument to be made for an expensive and…
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03 March 2022

Climate Conservation Corps Fellow

Bosque del Apache NWR (bosque) is an essential stopover for migrating waterfowl and a haven for endangered/threatened species. Floodplains, manmade wetlands, upland desert and riparian forest habitat types compose what is bosque and are essential…
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26 January 2022

A Little Reflection

With a little more than a month left in my fellowship; I’ve been doing a lot of reflection. These past few months have exposed me to a range of professional opportunities as well as chances…
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19 January 2022

Creativity in the Workplace

I am a little late writing this blog - but I think for good reason. I’ve spent the last three months working hard to improve the office of outdoor recreation’s internal communication strategy and foster…
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23 December 2021

Lessons in Acid Dyeing

For the past month I have been ruminating on the color black. The sum of all additive pigmentation, and the absence of light. There are as many shades and tones of black as of any…
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19 December 2021

Alaska Is a Homer Run!

My fortnight in the 49th state concluded with a wonderful final chapter! While the team traveled inland to Delta Junction during the first leg of the work trip, for Week Two the group drove southwest…
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