22 December 2022

Summer at Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge: Birds, Butterflies, and Climate Change

Are you tired of gloomy skies and freezing weather? Do you find yourself daydreaming about the warm and sunny days of summer and fall? Well, maybe I can help with that. No, I can’t change…
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21 December 2022

Gratitude

What a wild ride. As I become more comfortable in my position on the forest, get to know my coworkers and peers, and participate in numerous vastly different projects, I can’t help but reflect on…
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20 December 2022

Partnership Wild & Scenic Rivers Program Gathering in Sunny Apopka, Florida

On December 8 and 9, 2022, stakeholders from across the National Park Service Partnership Wild & Scenic Rivers System gathered at Wekiwa Springs State Park in Apopka, Florida for a riveting two days of meetings,…
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06 December 2022

Making Waves at COP27

For the first time ever, Hispanic Access Foundation attended COP27 this November at Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt– a huge step in the growth of our climate program!
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05 December 2022

Trail Survey in a Burn Scar

Hello MANO friends and readers! For this month’s blog post I’d like to tell you all about the field work I did this month on the trails of the Pecos Wilderness. Wilderness area is a…
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05 December 2022

From the Files to the Field

Hello MANO blog readers! Sadly, this will be my last blog post. Through the Resource Assistants Program, I have completed 960 hours of service with the US Forest Service over the last 6 months. In…
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