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A tough woman gets the job done (from FWS.gov) (www.fws.gov)
Incident Commander Sami Gray’s training in wildfires prepared her for Hurricane Irma.
Betting on Vets to Benefit Mission Accomplishment (www.fws.gov)
“My experience with the Service gave me an idea of where my real passion lies and what I want for myself in a career.”
A girl, a guide, and two turkeys (www.fws.gov)
Sydney shouldered her gun. “They’re right there. Can I shoot?” she asked in hushed excitement.
Snakeheads: A Horror Story
Employee News, /Employees Features - Public, Conservation, Press Release
Snakehead invaders: ugly, hungry, resilient.
People of Reclamation: Candice Barnes, Geotechnical Engineer (www.usbr.gov)
At Reclamation, we pride ourselves in the ability to hire the world’s best engineers.
A plea, and an answer: FWS employees in Puerto Rico (www.fws.gov)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service responds to help stricken Puerto Rico.
NPS' McNatt wins digital deer hunt
The National Park Service's Jason McNatt has won top honors in the Secretary's Shotgun Showdown, beating Secretary Zinke in a final round shootout.
Interior Library Receives GPO’s Library of the Year Award
Refurbished Research Center first federal agency to receive prestigious honor
Interior Department Provides On-the-Ground Support for Hurricane-Ravaged U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Press Release
Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas Doug Domenech and a departmental team today wrapped up a visit to coordinate Interior’s on-the-ground support to the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Citizens in the islands—including Interior employees--are suffering from hurricane damage, flooding, communication and power outages, blocked roads and degraded water supplies.
Tribal Officers and Bureau of Indian Affairs Agents Support Hospital Evacuation in Puerto Rico
One of Interior’s emergency response teams to mobilize after this year’s hurricanes, Quick Response Team Four was made up of tribal public safety officers and Bureau of Indian Affairs agents. This was the first Interior team to include tribal public safety officers for a FEMA-led response.
Federal Agencies and Locals Work Together to Save Dam
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, Puerto Rico, Office of the Secretary, Press Release
Over 500 Department of the Interior employees are responding to the disaster of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees aiding Vieques Island
156 DOI employees on FEMA disaster response in the Caribbean.
FWS helps a tiny town hit hard by Irma (www.fws.gov)
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service task force wades into the gray mud to help families in Everglades City, Florida
USGS Employees Prepare for Hurricane Irma (www.usgs.gov)
As powerful Hurricane Irma nears Puerto Rico and poses a threat to Florida, U.S. Geological Survey scientists are mobilizing to help measure storm surge, forecast coastal change expected from the storm, and provide key information on water and stream levels critical to forecasting floods.
Hurricane Harvey and the Efforts of Department Employees
I would like to take the time to highlight and thank the entire Department of the Interior team in the Gulf of Mexico and around the Country for their continued efforts in the wake of the catastrophic events caused by Hurricane Harvey.
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