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Friday, August 14, 2020

Last week as an LHIP Intern!

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This week is my last week as an LHIP intern, but not my last week helping my community.
Friday, August 07, 2020

Virtual Conference

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This week was the LHIP virtual conference. Sitting for hours on hours on end was not easy, but the topics in discussion and guest speakers made it all the easier. This conference had different feelings and emotions associated with it, and I am glad I was able to experience this opportunity.
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 Spend a day in the field with an endangered coho salmon monitoring team at Point Reyes and you’ll meet a group of people motivated by a love for nature, for whom trudging through a cold river and lugging around equipment only to get their hands covered in fish slime is nothing short of a privilege.
Saturday, July 25, 2020

OUT OF OFFICE

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These past weeks have flown by. I worked on a few different tasks, including blogs, social media, internship projects, and even visited Cape Hatteras National Seashore.
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Hi all! I am back with another Venezuelan recipe because my creative writing brain just won’t seem to do anything and well because I am always hungry.
Friday, July 24, 2020

The Week Is Here!

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We are finishing up celebrating Latino Conservation Week by posting the final video of our 3 videos. We focused on the nature and the ways that our community continues to use their culture to conserve our environment. We got many likes and comments on our Facebook pages.
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Wow what an amazing Latino Conservation Week!
Wednesday, July 22, 2020

¡Sí Se Puede!

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The first half of my internship involved training, operations, reading books and articles, brainstorming, creating a plan, and being mentored through conversation. I don’t mind being behind the scenes. In fact I enjoy doing research and independent work.
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Like the transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly, the salmon run is one of the most well-known and bizarre life history stories in all of nature. A young coho salmon lives her first year quietly in a shallow, shaded forest stream, feeding on tiny aquatic insects.
Thursday, July 16, 2020

History is made on the Outer Banks

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Fort Raleigh National Historic Site might be small in size but it is so rich in history. The park features 3 different historical events. The Lost Colony, The Freedmen's Colony, and Reginald Fessenden, “Father of Voice Radio.” People are more familiar with the story of the Lost Colony. It was the first attempt by the English to establish the first permanent English settlement in North America. The focus of my internship, however, is to shine…
Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Exploring the Missions!

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We are preparing for Latino Conservation Week! Tanya, another LHIP intern, met up to record some shots of the missions, while being socially distanced of course. Our three-part mini video series is about the history and natural resources of the missions. We are focusing on Mission Espada, Mission San Jose, and Mission San Juan.
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For this week’s blog I decided I would interview my National Park Service supervisor, Teresa Moyer.
Friday, July 10, 2020

La Cocina

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This week I was given an exciting project that included my favorite thing in the world... FOOD.
Wednesday, July 01, 2020

The Adventure Begins

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My first week at The Point Reyes National Seashore was informative. The Point Reyes National Seashore is a 70,000 acre park in Marine County, Northern California.
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With my internship at the San Antonio Missions changing towards virtual community engagement, I have learned so much.
Friday, June 26, 2020

Thinking Ahead

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We are planning great things here at San Antonio Missions! We have thought of ways to incorporate our Hispanic community in our social media posts. Seeing as how the missions were built by Spaniards, we hope to incorporate some of that language into our content. The harsh history of the missions should also not be erased, so we are careful in not sugar-coating the ugly truth.
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