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My journey to conquer the Lowell Canals; with my trusty mentor Tess Shatzer

I have been at Lowell National Historical Park for about a year now and I had successfully navigated away from boar tours; because I am terrified of water. Boat tours are an important part of our summer offerings and so … Continue reading

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Reflections; Rubby Wuabu @Lowell National Historical Park

I am proud and grateful member of the Mass Parks Student Career Intake Program or SCIP, one of the best programs to educate youth while providing access to opportunities in the National Park Service. Through SCIP I gained access to … Continue reading

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Who is? What is? Where is?

I love people. Everyone has something about them that makes them unique. I am fortunate to work as a ranger at the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor. As a ranger I get to meet so many … Continue reading

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