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Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Virginia, Office of the Secretary, Conservation, Blog Post
Greg Boland points at photos of sea life
4/10/2017

BOEM Scientists Play Key Role in Discovering New Species

Bureau of Reclamation, Employee Features - Public, Science, External News
Federal Engineer of the Year Jennifer Bountry poses with her award certificate.
2/17/2017
Jennifer Bountry led the interagency team of engineers and scientists responsible for forecasting and monitoring the reservoir sediment erosion and downstream transport during the dam-removal period. She also worked on development of a new numerical forecast model and performed critical input and guidance to the rates and increments of dam removal for the adaptive management and monitoring program.
Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Blog Post
Green grasses grow around a small pond in front of a brick office building.
1/4/2017

These award winners strengthen the nation’s energy security, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, conserve water, and improve environmental quality. The winning projects showcase efficiency features that can be replicated, while the winning program and contracting effort establish processes that will ensure energy and water savings over the long term.

Bureau of Land Management, Employee Features - Public, Employee News, Blog Post
Five BLM members holding Presidential certificates
12/22/2016

Presidential Award Recognizes BLM Interactive Web Tools for Mountain Bikers

U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Employee Features - Public, Blog Post
Scientists pose in Alaska wilderness
9/23/2016

USGS scientists in the Alaska wilderness study the Fairweather earthquake fault

U.S. Geological Survey, Employee Features - Public, Employee News, History, Blog Post
Landsat image in red and green
9/21/2016

The Interior Department and NASA celebrate the 50th anniversary of Landsat

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, External News
Two small black bear cubs play together in grass.
9/16/2016
Celebrating the 26th president’s influence on conservation and folklore at and near national wildlife refuges in Mississippi and Louisiana.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska, America's Great Outdoors, Conservation, External News
A large research ship on the ocean with a flock of birds in the air above it.
9/2/2016
Shaun Sanchez, deputy chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System, knows he is no seaman. But he still spent nine days on the Research Vessel (R/V) Tiglax.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, America's Great Outdoors, Employee Features - Public, External News
Four fishermen holding up large silver fish while standing on a dock next to a boat.
8/12/2016
We asked FWS anglers and some partners across the country what their favorite fish to catch is.
National Park Service, Arizona, California, Massachusetts, External News
A female park ranger and a rescue stretcher are suspended under a helicopter by a rope.
8/8/2016
Need help? Then you need Leslie Reynolds. Whether the problem is big or small, this quintessential park ranger can handle the call, just as she has done for more than 20 years.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Virgin Islands, America's Great Outdoors, Conservation, External News
Four young ladies pose next to a giant turtle on a sandy beach
7/21/2016
SCA intern Dana DeSousa at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge in the U.S. Virgin Islands makes a real difference for an endangered species.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Maine, Conservation, Employee Features - Public, External News
Two fuzzy, feathered baby terns playing in the sand.
7/14/2016
Staff at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Kennebunk, Maine, ward off bird bombardments to count chicks.
National Park Service, Office of the Secretary, America's Great Outdoors, Conservation, External News
Golden sunset light streams over the clouds and sky above snow-covered Mount Rainier and a lake in the foreground.
7/6/2016
A first-ever study provides a comprehensive economic valuation of America's national parks and the programming provided by the National Park Service.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Indiana, Conservation, Employee Features - Public, External News
A group of small bats cling to the stone wall of a cave.
6/23/2016
A new partnership effort looks to improve conservation for bats.
Bureau of Reclamation, Nevada, Employee Features - Public, Employee News, External News
Two people use ropes to rappel down the concrete face of the Hoover Dam.
6/16/2016
Hoover Dam Police and Fire Brigade members practiced rappelling extended distances using the concrete face of the Hoover Dam.
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