When most people think of Forest Service staff, they think of rangers in the field. However, a lot of employees work out of regional or even the Washington Office. I work out of the latter, which means my duties and responsibilities are quite different. It...

When entering any field, it is important to make connection with every person you meet. In the wildlife field, doubly so as there are many projects and surveys happening all at once. Knowing the right people will help you get in are opportunities that many...

I've had a pleasure interning at Yaquina Head and I'm really grateful for having spent this spring and summer with the crew at Yaquina! This last blog will be a continuation of my previous blog as I share the rest of my experience working at...

Time has flown by at Yaquina Head because my season here is reaching its end :( I’ve spent the past few months learning how to become a park educator and interpreter by participating in lots of visitor services and educational opportunities, and by learning from...

Trail to Isabella Point This months blog is asking what do I as a RAP intern do in a typical day at work. Its a very good question but sometimes a day, just doesn't cut it So I'm going to tell you what I have been doing...

During our internship program we are able to visit part of the forest where people do no usually know about. Such as the dam located in Dardanelle with amazing views. The forest is so amazing and breathtaking. The forest has incredible views and this is...

Most days are fun, most days are intriguing, most days have beautiful views. Many of the days are unexpected. We never know what the day will bring, but we are always learning more about the forest each and every day. We tend to volunteer and...

Hello again!  Today I'll be giving you a glimpse into what my typical day looks like for me.  While I generally work from home, I thought it would be fun to also include what a typical day in the field might be like as well. ...