I had written a blog post yesterday for you all. You will have to wait for that one and pay very close attention to this one. I am an LHIP intern. I work in Everglades National Park. I get no cell service and limited, government surveilled internet access. On that note, though this post doesn’t reflect the park service’s message, … Read more
As LHIP interns, one of our goals includes trying to stimulate interest in National Parks among minorities, and specifically among Latinos. There are a variety of pathways one can pursue in trying to achieve this goal. One of the pathways I have decided to focus on, was focusing on the children in minority families. My reasoning is this: if you … Read more
The importance of protecting our ancient heritage is ever growing. The amount of damage that exposed sites face in the wake of climate change is astonishing. Here on San Juan Island we see this first hand.
The archaeology here is much different than what I have been use to. In the Texas desert everything is pretty well preserved and for … Read more
The C&O Canal has over 100 years of pure history. The government acquired the canal in 1938 and it soon became a National Park in 1971. It was America’s early transportation; the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly 100 years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River … Read more
As we creep into July, the days in the Capital region are getting hotter and more humid with little to no relief in sight. Our park has enjoyed weekends full of visitors enjoying the park’s splendor with their friends and family.