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31 May 2022

Progress

Well things are moving along here! A big part of my job here is to assist our environmental educator and we really had a lot of fun this last week. We work closely with a…
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26 May 2022

Alum to Alumni

A bittersweet end to my academic career as I finished California State University, Chico with a degree in Recreation Hospitality & Park Management option in Parks & Natural Resources (RHPM) with minors in Biological Sciences…
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17 May 2022

The Start of a Community

As I began this internship, I came to learn the history and importance of Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. Being able to see how this place has provided many recreation opportunities for people and a…
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10 May 2022

Spring Projects and Getting Involved with the Public

Things are almost starting to feel like spring around here! This week my coworker and I had an opportunity to help out with an outdoor education event. We set up a station for the kids…
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10 May 2022

The Importance of Flexibility

I have learned about the importance of being eager and flexible throughout the three months that I have worked with the US Fish and Wildlife Service. I initially went into my internship with the expectation…
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09 May 2022

Sweater Weather

And I quote….“It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed”, a valuable lesson I learned on one of our site visits with members of the Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office and members of the California Department…
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