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.
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08 September 2022

Hands-on, On-site

It has come to the point in my internship where--thanks to the Hispanic Access Foundation--I am working on-site at Harpers Ferry Center in West Virginia! While I usually work remotely, these past two weeks I've…
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07 September 2022

So much to do and so many people to meet!

Woah, happy September everyone! I can't believe summer is wrapping up and soon the leaves will turn.
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06 September 2022

Endless Connections

It has been about 3 months since I began my position as a Special Uses Resource Assistant in the Forest Service. There is not a day that I don’t learn something new, whether it is…
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02 September 2022

Inspiration or Interpretation?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when I mention the word interpretation? A language interpreter translating sentences? A student interpreting Shakespeare for the first time? In the National Park Services interpretation is…
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02 September 2022

IMPROVE-ing Our Nation's Air Quality

Air pollution is an ever-increasing issue we face globally as we see a rise in wildfires and wildfire severity, vehicle emissions, manufacturing, and more.
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