12 July 2023

My Journey as a Data Resource Assistant

Being part of the MANO project thus far has been a wonderful learning experience. Through the MANO project, I am a data management resource assistant (RA) in the US Forest Service regional office in Vallejo,…
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12 July 2023

Old Locations, New Experiences

After writing about the National Trails System for the entirety of my fellowship, I finally decided to visit one myself. The Starved Rock State Park National Recreation Trail is a short two-hour drive from my…
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11 July 2023

New Opportunity

I recently began a new journey with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with the help of the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). My time with this new experience has been somewhat unconventional compared to a…
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10 July 2023

Challenges and Lasting Impacts

Hello blog readers! I am a River Conservation Fellow with the National Park Service Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers program. The project I’ve been dedicating the most time to has been assisting a new Partnership…
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07 July 2023

Experiences from Namibia

In June as a part of my master’s program, I had the privilege to spend 2 weeks in Namibia. During my time in Namibia, I stayed on the Cheetah Conservation Fund (https://cheetah.org/about/what-we-do/conservation/) grounds, where my…
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05 July 2023

My First Month as an Endangered Species Intern

On my first day at the Sacramento USFWS Office, I received a welcome letter that said “and so the journey begins” on the cover. I had a full circle moment because that was my senior…
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