I had the opportunity to work at the Big Thicket National Preserve booth for Beaumont Pride Celebration. There I met locals from the city of Beaumont and the surrounding cities and counties. We even had a good turn out for youth coming up to our...

After a month working in the Everglades National Park, it is safe to say I now feel a little more comfortable navigating through the dense marsh. My team has given me the opportunity to do outreach within the Park Service as well as as the...

Since many kids are starting their summer vacations this year, we've been running a lot of fishing programs in the park. We’ve been seeing more school groups, summer camps, and junior ranger kids. It's been a blast teaching kids how to fish and watching some...

"There are no other Everglades in the world. " -Marjory Stoneman Douglas Over the last two weeks, I have been able to explore the Everglades on the job and on my own time. Traveling from the Ernest F. Coe center, way out to Shark Valley and...

Toto, we’re not in New Jersey anymore.  It’s a strange feeling to look out toward the horizon and be greeted by a vast expanse of grassy foothills and the outlines of mountain ranges. Here, in Rocky Mountain National Park (ROMO), the ponderosa pines smell of vanilla...

My goal for fishing is to bring our community on the Reservation together. Many people don't have time to fish or never get to fish in general. Any my goal is to bring the community together to get outside and have fun. June 17th, I...

The Rocky Mountains certainly has a diverse range of ecosystems. One that everyone should get to witness is the Alpine Tundra. All the way above the tree line at 11,796 feet above sea level lies the foundation of the Alpine Visitor Center, and I have...

  This week at Homestead National Historical Park, we hosted a summer program called "Bats Eat Bugs" for 14 students with ages ranging from 3rd to 5th grade. We had fun introducing the kids to the National Park Service and why it is important to protect...

Camp Maga'låhi 2022 Summer Camp: Day 1 Camp Maga’låhi is a summer program hosted by the Northern Marianas College 4-H club. Maga'låhi is the Chamorro word for a male ruler of a society; president, governor, clan ruler, etc. As a community with young strong minded...

During my time learning about the Niobrara, I learned about the ecosystem and the variety of plants and animals that inhabit the area. Something that has really struck me as interesting since I have been here are the hybrid aspen trees that can only be...