This post was written for Open Spaces, the oﬃcial blog of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It’s part of a monthly series featuring SCA interns writing about their experiences working to promote, protect and study wildlife on public lands all over the United States.
Today’s featured blogger, Stacey Kinney, spent her summer at the North Mississippi Refuges Complex. She’s part of the Career Discovery Internship Program, a collaboration...Read more
As we prepare to give thanks with friends and family, I want to express my gratitude for your ongoing support of SCA volunteers. Your generosity allows SCA volunteers to impact every corner of our country…two in particular come to mind today.
Camden, New Jersey is no national park. It’s been cited as both the most dangerous and the poorest city in America. It’s also a “food desert” where most residents are unable to purchase basic meal time staples like fresh tomatoes, onions and apples. Not because they can’t afford them. Because there are no stores in which to buy them...Read more