Hi there! It’s been a while since I last checked in. A lot has transpired since I arrived here at Grand Canyon. To quote the title, I have been here, there, and everywhere. But before I dive into all the fun that is Grand Canyon...

Skagway had a lot of events lined up for July 4th. One of the most exciting ones I was a part of was the Rubber Ducky Race down Pullman Creek. For over a month, Skagway had been promoting this ducky race throughout the entire town....

Just as quickly as the Klondike Gold Rush was over, so too was my internship. The time seemed to fly by far too quickly for my liking, and soon I had to say goodbye to all the amazing friends I had made in Skagway. This summer...

In 1999, the Dunning-Kruger effect was coined by psychologists David Dunning and Justin Kruger. In essence, ignorance begets confidence. At the beginning of my research regarding Coastal Geomorphology, my path was clear and straight-forward. I had all I needed to know and with a little bit...

Hi everyone! My time at Rocky Mountain National Park has officially come to an end. *cue the sad violin and single tear drop* An 11-week internship sounds like a long time in theory, but it went by so so fast! Every week I would do 5 Art...

While this land was, has, and always be Lenape homeland we must also tell the stories of the farmers that are the backbone of the country. Stories that emphasize the conservation of nature and culture that bring everyone together. Although I didn’t get a chance...

Hello Again from Philly! You’ll be happy to know the weather has been a bit better since my last blog post. As a California girl who is used to the dry heat it sure has been a different experience. ( Why is it raining in the...

My Summer at Pullman is coming to a close, and all I want to say is thank you to the incredible community that exists here. Without the community’s efforts to maintain and preserve the history of this location I would not have known how important...

As the summer comes to an end and I close the door on my internship with the WASO Office of Communications, I find myself deeply reflective about the experience I've had through LHIP and the NPS. This journey has been nothing short of eye-opening and...

I adore waking up every morning and driving through Keystone, South Dakota. Walking up to see the president's sculpture is always a highlight of my day. There are many aspects of my internship that I enjoy, including interacting with other interns and park staff. Interacting...

Dear reader, Time is crunching down quickly. With only a few weeks left of this internship looking back on my time here one thing keeps coming to mind. How did I get so lucky to be placed at a site with such an amazing team? I...

Hello again! As we count down the days until the end of my internship I want to share with you all what my favorite part of this internship is. ( Hint: it is not the humidity or the surprise summer rainstorms). Independence National Historical Park is 75...