24 September 2021

TBD Santa Cruz Long-Toed Salamander Recovery Story

Over the last couple of weeks, I had the opportunity to go out into the field and explore all seven refuges in the complex.
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14 September 2021

Anchoring Down in Anchorage

It is mid-September, and I just landed in Anchorage!
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08 September 2021

Transitioning from school to the work force

This winter, after I graduate from my master’s program, I will make the transition from school into the working world just as I did 10 years ago after completing my bachelor’s degree. The transition feels…
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02 September 2021

Park Equity for All: Developing Critical Consciousness, Empowering Youth and Leveraging Community Resources

Without a doubt, the greatest part of my fellowship so far has been the Latino Conservation Week event that I was given the opportunity to co-produce with my coworker and accomplice Kate Montanez.
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02 September 2021

Field visit to the California coast

After almost nine weeks of reading and writing about Tidestrom’s lupine, an endangered plant species found on the California coast, I took a trip to visit the plant that has been the subject of my…
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01 September 2021

A Bittersweet Return to Civilization

I excitedly waited for the parade to start. My arm hung out of the side of our “float”, a pickup truck adorned with two wooden side panels depicting Alaska wildlife. I fiddled with a kit-kat…
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