Sea lions, and monkeyface eels, and kayaking oh my! Everyone loves Fridays, including SCA crews. A wonderful aspect of participating in a Community Crew is...
Posts by PaHoua Lee
by PaHoua Lee | Posted Saturday, July 26, 2014
by PaHoua Lee | Posted Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Removing invasive plant species can be really fun! Until of course, the week has passed and you realize you’ve spent the entire time...
by PaHoua Lee | Posted Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The work has begun! Each morning we pick up crew members in downtown Richmond, California, and drive to our first location at Wildcat...
by PaHoua Lee | Posted Monday, July 7, 2014
My parents were born and raised in Laos. They were farmers, built homes from mud and plants, and did their best to live off the...
East Bay Regional Parks (Richmond Crew)
SCA Title: Community Crew Leader
Site Name: East Bay Regional Parks (Richmond Crew)
Hometown: Green Bay, WI
School: University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Major: Double majored in Biology and in English: Scientific and Technical Writing
Dream Job: I would set up hidden cameras to videotape wildlife in remote places across the globe.
Current favorite song: I listen to Passenger radio on Pandora.
The person who inspires me most is… my mother. She is courageous, strong, hardworking, and loving. I don’t know of anyone who has sacrificed more for her loved ones.
If I could pass a law… I would pass 2 laws! Styrofoam would be banned from further manufacturing and all vehicles would be held to higher MPG standards.
If I was a shape shifter I’d turn into… a hawk, or a domestic cat.
My motto: Always do your best work, whatever you’re doing.
My most memorable outdoor moment: I’ve had many wonderful moments in the outdoors. Some of my favorite memories involve riding my bike all over town when I was a kid, the wind blowing through my hair, my mind carefree and seeking fun and adventure for as long as the day allowed.
What forces, events, or inﬂuences in your life inspired you to become a conservationist? As an undergraduate student I conducted algal research for a summer in Gothic, Colorado. Each day I hiked 45 minutes uphill to my worksite. Every day was even more picturesque than the last. I realized then that from a young age, I had spent all of my free time outdoors, participating in outdoor sports, biking and hiking, farming and gardening, and just enjoying the beauty of nature. It finally dawned on me that I wanted to be part of the movement that took care of natural areas so others could also enjoy its beauty and resources as I had. I haven’t regretted a moment of my time in the outdoors!