News & Blogs


16 August 2018

Bees are not scary! Butterflies are more than just beautiful!

We've all heard of that special week in July, right? Shark Week? More like Shark WEAK compared to LATINO CONSERVATION WEEK. It's a whole week dedicated to connecting Latino communities across the country with the…
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14 August 2018

Lincoln National Forest/Smokey Bear Ranger District

Aldo Leopold once wrote, “There are some who can live without the wild things and some who cannot.” Had you asked me ten years ago where I fell among those two categories, I would have…
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13 August 2018

Learning the Ropes of Fire Information on the Angeles National Forest

As a Hispanic Access RA Fellow for the Angeles National Forest, I work in the public affairs department where you can find me updating our Facebook and Twitter pages, designing recreation guides with our cartographer,…
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10 August 2018

Mi Wild & Scenic Historia

Whacking away mosquitos in Long Creek, South Carolina surrounded by seasoned river advocates and paddlers, I put down my beer and had one of those moments where I happily wondered how I had even gotten…
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25 May 2018

El Machu Picchu del Sur Oeste

I have always been fascinated by the natural and cultural history of the southwest, specifically those in the four corners region (Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico). My curiosity sparked when I began to learn more…
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24 May 2018

Culturally Modified Trees on the Rio Grande National Forest

The Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF), which encompasses 1.82 million acres of the San Luis Valley and surrounding mountains in southern Colorado, has a long and unique history with evidence of human occupation dating as…
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