09 July 2021

Representation in STEM: How USFWS Addresses Diversity for a Better Future

As a person of color, my experience moving into a predominantly white graduate school for a STEM program was difficult; being surrounded by not just white students, but white faculty and professors made me question…
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09 July 2021

Turtlehead Planting

Now that I am more settled into where I am working and met people, I finally am starting to do more. Besides doing survey questions as a part of my community outreach, I have been…
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09 July 2021

The Start of My DFP Journey

This is not my first experience working for U.S. Fish & Wildlife, and it will not be my last. My first experience was volunteering at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge in Kodiak, Alaska to complete…
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09 July 2021

Pushing Through Growing Pains During a Pandemic

I’m halfway through my fellowship, and I just started to feel completely comfortable with my role and work. It took me a little longer than others, I’m sure, but I want to do the best…
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09 July 2021

Monthly Adventures of a Recreation Technician Pt. 2

Hey y'all! Since my last posting a lot has happened at our forest. With the passing of multiple holiday weekends and the lifting of covid regulations here in California, there has been a vast increase…
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09 July 2021

Endangered Species Experience- Riparian Brush Rabbit

I am a 33-year-old Natural Resources major at Oregon State University, set to graduate in May of 2023. My studies focus in fish and wildlife conservation and my end goal is to become a wildlife…
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