Screenshot Over the last week/weekend I had the incredibly valuable (and fun!) opportunity to travel down to the Sisikiyou Field Institute in Selma, OR and take a Grass Identification Course with Dr. Barbara Wilson of the Carex Working Group. As I’ve mentioned before, I came into...

We are two months in and loving it. This month has been pretty long. At the beginning I visited Laramie. I got a chance to visit Tie City Campground, tour the current office, and hang out with my coworkers. Now yall know I am a...

Wow yall, it’s been a month already! Things have been going smoothly so far. I have been able to attend some trainings and start projects. Knowing I can become familiarized with topics and systems without physically being at my host site is very comforting. I will...

Throughout the past four weeks in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland, it has snowed frequently. Luckily our forest has snow gear that has allowed us to be somewhat active in the field regardless. We get to drive out to different...

Hi everyone! This is Alexander checking in after my first month of the Research Assistant Program. It’s been a whirlwind experience. It started in New Mexico with the onboarding and then quickly moved into full-time remote work. This was my first fully remote position so...

It has been a busy month over at G&A. Every day is a bit different but for the most part I have a routine in place. I have joined the Work Environment Team, and it has helped me meet and connect with some co-workers. It...

The North Kaibab Ranger District is unique in that it has a horse program. When I started my position in the district, I inherited the care of the horses. We have four horses, Shorty, Woodrow, Scratch, and Charlie. During my short time here, I got...

And just like that, I completed 1 month as an intern Botanist for the National Forests of North Carolina! (I can now say I didn't move to Asheville just 1 week ago! Haha.) My first month was a challenging one, I cannot sugar-coat it. I was...