The End of My Season

It was an incredible season.  That’s really all there is to it.  I was able to do so many different things and meet so many new people to expand my knowledge and I am incredibly grateful for those opportunities.  I will never forget my season at the BLM in Lander.  It was wonderful.  Life is moving on now, though.

I recently got a permanent position as a Natural Resources Analyst with the Land Quality Division of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality in Lander.  I am beyond excited to start this new adventure and see where it leads me.  The natural resources field is where I know I need to be.

To keep it short and sweet, I will end this post by encouraging anyone out there who isn’t sure about applying for a job or taking an opportunity presented to them to just do it.  Take the job, submit the application.  It may be scary at first, but the majority of the people in these fields are some of the kindest people you will ever meet and are more than willing to help you along your way in any way they can.  I thank the Chicago Botanic Garden Conservation and Land Management Internship for this last season.  It was great!

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