15 July 2021

Future Prospects for Prospect Bluff

Hurricane Michael wreaked havoc within the Apalachicola National Forest in 2018 felling trees and tearing up archaeological sites. One such site is the Negro Fort at Prospect Bluff. This site is listed as a National…
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14 July 2021

Operación Polinización and Other Fun Projects

Since my last blog, it’s been an amazing few weeks! I have been very focused on translating fishing, hunting, and refuge information brochures as well as trail signs and reformatting them to have them ready…
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13 July 2021

Preserving the Past Through Community Engagement in the Present

When we imagine our National Forests and Grasslands, the first things that come to mind are natural landscapes and resources. Media coverage on efforts to preserve our forests and grasslands tend to focus on the…
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13 July 2021

Conserving Complicated Fish in a Complicated Place

Looking at a map of the Sacramento Delta, you’d think that you’re looking at a giant wetland. Or, at least I did, and that’s what it used to be. Today, the Delta is a highly…
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12 July 2021

Diary of an Imposter

When I first accepted my position as a USFWS DFP Fellow I did not realized the magnitude of the program. To me, it was a cool summer position I was lucky enough to receive. I…
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12 July 2021

Climbing and Conservation

Latino Conservation Week (LCW) was created to engage the Latino community in outdoor activities and to promote stewardship for our natural resources.  I’m creating a LCW event in San Antonio, TX.  San Antonio is the…
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