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03 July 2020

Point Reyes in 2020 – History, Injustice, and Dialogue

The land that we know today as Point Reyes got its name from Spanish explorer and soldier Sebastián Vizcaíno, a man who gave many of the geographical features of coastal California their modern names. But…
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03 July 2020

Seeing Sequoia Like I Had Never Seen It Before...

Hello everybody! Hola a todos! As I mentioned in my previous blog, I have been unable to work on site at SEKI and have been teleworking from home. Last month, I was given the amazing…
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03 July 2020

Taking visitors back in time with the use of ArcGIS StoryMaps

During the last two weeks, I’ve had an awesome time researching property boundaries of the Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site. The park has been part of the National Park Service since 1972 and includes…
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19 June 2020

How does a National Historic Site, built in 1759, go virtual?

Turn on laptop. Login. Click to Join Meeting. This year has definitely served as an important time to slow down, reflect, and find ways to make our situations better; that’s exactly what my virtual internship…
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19 June 2020

The Best Ice Breakers Break Hard Ground

The ice breaker was scheduled for an hour. A whole hour. I'm sure I'm not alone in my loathing of ice breakers. They quite literally feel cold, effete, an experience that, if any bonds come…
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19 June 2020

Representation in Outdoor Spaces Matters!

Hello everybody! Hola a todos! I just finished the second week of my internship, and so far this experience has been different from what I expected it to be. The pandemic brought about a lot…
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