Welcome back, readers!  I have officially been here at Rocky Mountain National Park for just under a month and I can confidently say that I have become quite acquainted and fond of the great outdoors.  Here on the west side of the park, we oversee...

HIstorical Fort matanzas: Where history and nature converge a JOURNEY THROUGH hISTORY Nature Trails & Ferry Rides Nestled in the picturesque city of St. Augustine, Florida, Fort Matanzas National Monument stands as a testament to the region's rich history and vibrant natural beauty. Built in 1742 by the...

After months of records management, I was finally able to go on a 10 day hitch to Angoon. This village is on Admiralty Island with a population of about 300 people. The heritage team was asked to survey an area on Angoon for an upcoming...

Who am I? Hello there!My name is Jada Gruwell. I am from Minnesota but have been living in Florida for the last three years. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of West Florida last year. Currently, I am enrolled at Bemidji State...

The creation of National Forests and Parks are bastions of American efforts to protect our beautiful natural resources. First beginning in 1872, with the designation of Yellowstone as a National Park, and continuing well into the present. These designations, however, are also signs of our...

Ty Whitaker - Fish and Feathers Intern introduction Hafa Adai! My name is Ty Whitaker. I am a Student at University of Guam. I enjoy hiking, fishing, and learning new skills. I will be interning at the War in the Pacific Memeorial Park this summer on...

HI! My name is Jordan Castinado and I’m one of Environment for the Americas’ new Monarch Research and Education Field Specialists for the 2024 internship season. I’m a veteran, a writer, and—as of this spring—now a fledgling conservationist learning how to use my intersection of...