I suppose the smell hits you first. As you walk into a mangrove forest, the deep, gaseous, almost sulfuric smell of the swamp tells you where you are. There’s no point wearing shoes here, andContinue reading
I’m spending my summer helping communities all around the United States connect to their environment with the National Wildlife Refuge Association
My first week as an NPCA intern has been filled with park visits and student tours, as well as conferences with other NPCA staff. I’ve been focused on getting a lay of the land and building relationships.
While interning for Marine Conservation Philippines from June through August, I’ll also be conducting research on their community-based mangrove restoration project.
My purpose in New Mexico is to document the impacts of the Manhattan Project on Pueblo tribes and Hispanic communities as well as their contributions to the project for the National Parks Conservation Association.