As I look to the future with the Forest Service, I am filled with ambition and purpose. My goals are are big, but manageable and I think I can achieve them all. I want to profoundly impact our understanding of archaeology in the Forest. I...

How Geology and Archaeology Shape my FS Journey This fall I took courses in Geology and Historical Archaeology. Both of these fields are closely aligned with my passion for archaeology and helped shape my newfound career with the Forest Service. These courses have equipped me with...

I recently embarked on a unique project in my journey with the Forest Service: restoring the old windows of a historic cabin located in the Uinta- Wasatch- Cache National Forest. This task was not only about the repairs, but also about preserving the cabin's history....

(Image: Historic era log cabin in Logan Canyon, Logan, UT, with 7 Forest Service employees and 1 EFTA intern posed on the front step. Photo is tilted, with a glare.) Hello fellow interns, friends of the forest, and lovers of historic preservation! It’s been just over...