Anne Post is on a one-year detail to work on Hurricane Sandy-related duties in the Northeast Regional office and tell interesting coastal resiliency and recovery stories via various media outlets. As a Fish and Wildlife Service librarian for eighteen years, she is well prepared to revolutionize the regional office's digital asset management plan and implement it. Anne spends a lot of her time behind a camera and loving the beauty of this sweet earth - the coast, the mountains, woodlands and city landscapes in equal measure.
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More than 500,000 acres of the Northeast are part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, from breathtaking views of boreal forests at Canaan Valley in West Virginia to the rocky coastline of Maine Coastal Islands. Refuges conserve habitat for wildlife and provide opportunities for the visiting public.