20 July 2020

Poetry That Inspired People Around the World

The past two weeks I’ve been working on my second StoryMap project showcasing items collected by the Longfellow family’s during their international travels.
19 July 2020

Adapting to both Africa Time AND Aloha Time…

The last month since starting my Directorate Fellowship has seen a complete circadian overhaul and reconfiguration. Though I am an American citizen, I have been living in South Africa for several years, now working toward…
17 July 2020

Protecting What I've Never Seen

I am currently a USFWS DFP intern working for the Carlbad Field Office in California. My position is in the Ecological Services office doing listing and recovery of a plant species, Nevin's barberry (Berberis nevinii).
17 July 2020

The Joy of Filmmaking and Remote Learning

The study of filmmaking is an exclusive place. Summer programs cost mightily for the chance to use cameras, learn with other like-minded teens, and make short movies to fill out white space on a resume.
15 July 2020

Salmon Tales: Conserving Coho during COVID-19

Hello and welcome to my 2020 FWS Directorate Resource Assistant Fellows Program (DFP) blog!

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