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Few experiences can rival spending a summer working on a national wildlife refuge. In partnership with the Hispanic Access Foundation, the Connecting Latinos to Natural Resource Conservation program has provided this experience through a highly competitive application process.

If you’ve been following our blog for a while, then you’ve already heard from Ivette Lopez! She has been doing fantastic work in New Haven, Connecticut supporting our urban partnership efforts and leading environmental education programming. Read about what she did this summer.

Starting a new position can be challenging, but Hispanic Access Foundation intern, Crystal Leckie, fit right in with the Service’s goal to conserve wildlife and their habitats for all to enjoy.