Hello, my name is Brittany Hutchinson and I just medically retired from the Army, and this is my first blog. I’m a field specialist/intern with Environment for the Americas. I’m so grateful for this opportunity and I’ve had quite the journey so far. I started...

Monarch Butterfly, Danaus plexippus Hello everyone, my name is Jansy Alvarado, and I am the Research & Education Outreach Field Specialist for Environment for the Americas on the Monarch Project this year. I am excited to experience and monitor the Eastern Monarch and follow them...

Still a lot of snow are here in the Mammoth Ranger District, but summer is approaching quickly! Right now I'm wrapping up the busy season in terms of special uses as all our summer permittees submitted their applications at the end of January and I'm...

Greetings from the Methow Valley! This is your April installment from your favorite local botanist, Mack, up in northern Washington. Spring has definitely arrived and with it a multitude of blooms, shrooms, and creatures starting to appear. Botany work is still gearing up for the...

For the past three years, I attended the Southeast Environment and Recreation Research (SERR) Conference. And as the title explains, this conference gives university undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to spend 3 days together to discuss research proposals, research findings, and overall network with...

While much of the country is emerging from winter; Laramie, Wyoming is just hitting the wettest months of winter. Luckily, I have been told that this winter has been quite mild and dry, but I am surprised when I hear that the thaw is still...

As the snow starts to melt in Ashley National Forest recreation opportunities will quickly change. During the winter the Ashley offers a variety of snow sports including cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and much more. As the snow melts and conditions are becoming more icy...

By Margaret Hanson I am a Resource Assistant placed on the Huron national forest in the heritage department as one of their archaeologist. This department is responsible for locating cultural sites and protecting them from further degradation. My first week on the windy Huron forest has...