#nationalparkservice Tag

Greetings from Frederick, Maryland Monocacy National Battlefield contains a number of streams and rivers that cross its landscape. My project this summer will focus on two sections of a single stream called Harding’s run. This river run is about 10, 560 feet (2-miles) long that is...

Hello, and welcome to my blog! My name is Edwin Torres. I am a recent, first-generation graduate from Central Washington University, where I majored in Geography. This summer I will be working as a Native Plant Propagation Assistant at North Cascades National Park. I am beyond...

The unofficial motto for the vegetation department at Grand Canyon is Over The Edge Veg! Which is perfect for my project with Sentry Milk-vetch since it only grows within 25 feet of the rim. Unfortunately, we will not be propelling down the side of the...

Hello! I’m Sasha Escamilla and I’m from San Diego, California. When I am home, one of my favorite weekend activities is going to the beach with my dog. I graduated from California State University, Dominguez Hills in May 2020 with a BS in Biology with...

Greetings from Frederick, Maryland Monocacy RiverPark entrance signRiver bendWorthington House My name is Aubrie Heckel and I am lucky enough to be one of the 2021 Mosaics in Science interns this summer. Over the next three months, I will be working with NPS resource managers as a...

So far, working on this project has been very interesting, as I am confined to exploring Wind Cave virtually. Despite not physically being at my site, my supervisor has worked hard to make me feel included and useful to the Interpretation and Education division of...

In the southwestern corner of South Dakota lies Wind Cave National Park, the first cave to be selected as a national park anywhere in the world. At 150 miles in length, Wind Cave is one of the longest and most intricate caves in the world....

This summer, my focus will lie on creating a geology training manual for the Interpretation and Education division of Wind Cave National park. This geologic resource manual will help future park interpreters and staff effectively communicate the geologic history of the park to visitors. Due...

Chris Davis is from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Arizona State University. He then went to graduate school at Colorado State University and got a masters in Ecology with a focus on exotic plant management. While attending his graduate school he got to work...