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dotGov Notes: Fishing with Veterans Teaches Life Lessons - Archive
Nineteen-year-old Josie Cicia, a longtime Service volunteer at Richard Cronin National Salmon Station in Sunderland, Massachusetts, reflects on her favorite event: Wounded Veterans Fishing Program.
DOINews: World Oceans Month 2015 - Archive
/Employees Features - Public, Water Challenges, Press Release
We are pleased to celebrate with our new Spring 2015 issue of NEWSWAVE and our very first Special Photo Issue.
Go Fish During National Fishing and Boating Week - Archive
Four national wildlife refuges rank in the 2015 top 100 Family-Friendly Places to Fish and Boat.
Seeds Well Planted – for All Americans to Harvest - Archive
FWS Director Dan Ashe remembers the lessons he learned from hunting, fishing, boating and outdoor recreation.
Fishing before Thunderstorms - Archive
A stormy forecast didn't keep about 500 people from Washington's free, annual Family & Youth Casting Call fishing event.
Study Finds Amphibians at Risk from Pollution and Warming Environments - Archive
In warm, polluted water, dragonfly larvae had to spend less energy to capture more tadpoles, a study found.
Secretary Jewell's Message for National Safety Month 2015 - Archive
During the month of June, the Department of the Interior joins the National Safety Council (NSC) in celebrating National Safety Month as a time to bring attention to key safety issues.
NPS: Student Ambassadors Blog About 2015 BioBlitz at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - Archive
Biodiversity youth ambassadors blog about their experiences searching for life in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park during this year's BioBlitz, May 15-16, 2015.
Web Reads: BLM Deputy Director Steve Ellis Meets Oregon WW II Veterans, Shares Memories of Daughter at Women in Military Service for America Memorial - Archive
On May 16, 50 WW II veterans from Oregon toured the D.C. area during a veteran's Honor Flight trip. At the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, they met BLM Deputy Director Steve Ellis who was visiting the display for his daughter Jessica.
Web Reads: BOEM Hosting Exhibit, Workshop at National Science Teachers' STEM Forum - Archive
BOEM representatives are in Minneapolis this week exhibiting at the National Science Teachers Association's STEM Forum and cohosting a teacher's workshop titled "Diving for Science: Enhancing STEM with Real-World Underwater Archaeology."
IBC Orientation Program Equips New Employees for Job Success - Archive
The Interior Business Center's New Employee Orientation Program serves as the compass for employees who are navigating the waters of transition into the Department of the Interior from other DOI bureaus or outside the department.
BLM Recognizes Employees at Awards Ceremony - Archive
Bureau of Land Management Deputy Director Linda Lance on May 7 presented awards to BLM employees for their exceptional service to the nation as public servants.
USFWS: Federal Wildlife Officer Acts Quickly to Save Boy Scouts - Archive
As a severe storm was approaching, federal wildlife officer Matt Belew evacuated all 65 Boy Scouts and their leaders camping at Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. About 30 minutes later, a tornado ripped across the refuge.
USGS: Pollinators Get a National Strategy to Restore Their Health - Archive
Preventing continued losses of our country's pollinators requires national attention, and today it happened.
Web Reads: BLM: Idaho Eighth Graders Explore the Moon! - Archive
The Bureau of Land Management and its partners treated eighth graders from Lemhi County, Idaho, to a day of learning and exploration in the outdoor classroom of Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve.
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