14 August 2023

Title: While Technology May Allow us to Stay Close from a Distance, it Can Also Keep Those Closest at a Distance Subheading: When First Introductions Don’t Occur Behind a Screen, There’s Greater Potential for Strong, Long-lasting Relationships to Flou

As the hopeful optimist that I am, I’ve always held a glass half-full outlook on life. So it was only natural that when I came into my base site, the Inyo National Forest Supervisor’s Office,…
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14 August 2023

Reactivating a Neighborhood Park through Community Engagement

The purpose of this event was to engage and gain support from local community members so that we can receive feedback on what they would like their community to look like within Makalapa Neighborhood Park.…
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11 August 2023

Wrapping Up

As my fellowship ends, I have found myself reflecting on how I’ve changed throughout my 12 weeks with the Hispanic Access Foundation and the National Park Service. I am writing this blog post on the…
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11 August 2023

Reconnecting with My Inner Child

Working with the Fish & Wildlife Service this summer has allowed me to reconnect with the curiosity of my childhood. Growing up, my friends and I often explored the small creek behind our apartment. Being…
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10 August 2023

Ring of Fire

Saludos friends! It has been quite a while since my last post, in this time, I have had quite the eventful few weeks. The rain finally broke, and the clouds drifted away leaving South-Central Colorado…
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09 August 2023

St. Croix's "Sundial Park": A UCF "Hidden" Jewel

St. Croix has a lot of hidden gems; and living on an island you do come to take things for granted. Getting outside is good for your mental health and overall wellness as we all…
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