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Jul 19 2019 | Out West student blog
"This idea of protecting something as conceptual as property for an amount of time as sweeping as forever is something I’m excited to define through my work this summer," says Sophie, Duschutes Land Trust intern.
Jul 18 2019 | Out West student blog
"Interning at Yellowstone provided the perfect opportunity to not only let me work in a beautiful area but also to learn more about the curatorial field." says Theiline Pigott, Yellowstone Heritage and Research Center intern.
Jul 18 2019 | ... & the West Blog
An academic study supports the notion that one way to mitigate wildfires is clearing out trees, brush and brambles in the forest understory, often with prescribed burns. But proponents face a slew of obstacles, from pollution concerns and shrinking seasonal windows, to the vast scale of undertreated western forestland.
Jul 17 2019 | Out West student blog
"Working on projects with the Washington Water Trust has pushed me to think about the ways that every small stream and every person is affected by climate change and processes of the natural world," says intern, Anna Greene.
Jul 16 2019 | Out West student blog
Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve "offered a wealth of sonic textures in addition to sweeping visual beauty," writes Shiriel Abramson.
As wildfire season begins and landowners seek to reduce lush grass, demand for goat herds soars across the West; Phoenix seeks to reduce heat-related deaths; California creates a fund to protect utilities and homeowners after major fires; how Canada and the United States manage the Columbia River watershed could be redefined; and more recent environmental news from around the West.
Jul 12 2019 | Out West student blog
"This internship can be a 10-week “trial-run” for this kind of career," says Caroline Beckman, Trust for Public Lands intern.

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