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Trail Wisdom Earned the Hard Way
Three months in the backcountry with SCA’s Alaska Corps taught Sammy Pressman many things, including “When there are more days of rain than sunshine during a trail-building hitch, sometimes, to stay cheerful, you just have to embrace the mud.”
Macroinvertebrates: Just as Fun as Our Fuzzier Friends
As an SCA Environmental Educator at Bear River National Wildlife Refuge, Alyssa Stegmaier helped 4th graders understand a complex ecosystem by having them catch, identify, and even grow to love tiny macroinvertebrates.
From Turtle Intern to Turtle Professional
Diana Gu arrived at Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge as an SCA intern hoping to learn the skills necessary for a wildlife biology career. 7 months in, she was offered a full time job with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Real Bears of Katmai National Park
At the height of Alaska’s salmon season, grizzly bears gather at Brooks Falls by the dozen, fighting for the best fishing spots, inhaling nearly 135,000 calories a day, and unwittingly putting on a show for human observers like SCA’s David Kopshever.