Blog


07 March 2022

All Things Considered

In my time with the National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program (NPS-RTCA), my assignments ran the gamut from articles in newsletters to social media posts on Facebook and Twitter. By the…
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05 March 2022

Saying Goodbye

My communications fellowship with the National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program has finally come to an end. This fellowship was nothing like I had imagined it would be. I originally thought…
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05 March 2022

My Experience with LiDAR in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge

Hello, my name is Kameron. I am an African American male who has traveled from Tennessee to New Mexico to assist the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Southwest District. My work largely focuses on…
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04 March 2022

First Month at USFWS!

Time really flies by, when you’re having fun! My first few weeks working with HAF and US Fish and Wildlife have been eye-opening and I believe the beginning of a transformative experience. Before this fellowship,…
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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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