News & Blogs


09 June 2021

A Welcome Return to the Sagebrush Steppe

Hi there! My name is Izzy and welcome to my blog for the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF)! I was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico and grew up in Starkville, Mississippi since the age of…
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31 May 2021

First Month Down

My first month here at Sequoia National Forest has been one full of new skills and adventure. As I wind up my first month here in Sequioa I am slowly coming into my role and…
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30 May 2021

My First Month as a Recreation Assistant

My name is Tadonisha and I am from Fontana, California currently working at Tahoe National Forest as a Recreation Assistant with the US Forest Service. I have only been working for about a month at…
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29 May 2021

Excited for What's to Come

Hello! As my first month is coming to an end, l am reflecting on all the experiences and events that have brought me to this moment. My interest in public lands started around the age…
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28 May 2021

Welcome to Williams, Arizona

I moved to Williams, Arizona a month before graduating from college to work in the Williams Visitor Center, on behalf of the Forest Service of the Kaibab National Forest. I had my hesitations and fears,…
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28 May 2021

First Month as an RA

My first week as an RA was an orientation week in which I felt very welcomed to the Forest Service. The guest speakers and presentations were amazing and covered a range of useful topics. From…
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