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15 December 2023

Finding Orphan Wells on Refuges with Lidar

Locating orphan oil and gas wells is the top priority of my work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Orphan wells are wells that lack a known owner and must be plugged and/or remediated…
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15 December 2023

Collaboration in New Orleans (And an Alligator)

At the beginning of December, I had the privilege to meet with the whole of the Headquarters Infrastructure Management Division (IMD) in New Orleans, LA. It was my first time in New Orleans and being…
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15 December 2023

AVENUE NEWS: Ripples from COP28: Marine Conservation in the Face of Climate Denial

My journey into marine conservation began far from the ocean, in the heart of the Midwest, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. My first exposure to the magic of marine ecosystems was while watching Animal Planet and other…
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15 December 2023

Oh Deer!

Every year, tucked in the corner of the Potomac River, Elizabeth Hartwell Mason Neck NWR (National Wildlife Refuge) hosts a deer hunt used to manage the local deer population. This year, myself and my two…
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14 December 2023

Hispanic Access Foundation Welcomes a New Development Manager

Hispanic Access Foundation is excited to announce the addition of Andrea Sanfeliz as a Development Manager. She is a seasoned professional in institutional development, adept at fortifying organizations and guiding them through the planning, monitoring,…
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14 December 2023

Hispanic Access’ Statement on the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Expansion

Washington, D.C. – On December 13, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) hosted a public meeting to collect input on the legislative proposal for expansion of the Berryessa Mountain National Monument in Northern California, which…
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