A community in Georgia forced off land that later became Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge is holding a three-day observance this week stressing the community’s connection to the area. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has entered into a partnership with the descendants of the community to amplify the voices of those who lived on the land before it was a refuge.
Conservation heroes are all around us, writes Juliette Gutierrez Fernandez, project leader at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Complex in southwestern Washington. Rachel Carson certainly is one of them, but so is the aunt who joined her in outdoor wandering and inspired her conservation career. Juliette's experiences drive her to reach out to the Hispanic community, go back to schools she attended as a child, share experiences, and provide opportunities.
Living in such a large and complicated world, it’s easy to feel like you can’t make a difference. It’s easy to feel isolated and that your small efforts don’t add up. But they do! Even small efforts can add great value for monarchs and other pollinators.
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