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Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 
Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 
Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 
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Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 
Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 
Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 
Follow #BLMintern and #MobilzeGreen to learn more about them and their summer projects!
mypubliclands:

Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 
Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 
Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 
Follow #BLMintern and #MobilzeGreen to learn more about them and their summer projects!
mypubliclands:

Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 
Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 
Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 
Follow #BLMintern and #MobilzeGreen to learn more about them and their summer projects!
mypubliclands:

Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 
Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 
Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 
Follow #BLMintern and #MobilzeGreen to learn more about them and their summer projects!

mypubliclands:

Liling Lee (pictured top left) and Marie Dunlap (pictured top right), 2014 BLM Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Program interns working in Eugene, Oregon are staying busy in the field learning about the Wayside aster. Liling and Marie have visited the Leaburg Hatchery, scouted for bald eagles, and gained exposure to botany and plant identification. 

Liling, originally from Taipei, Taiwan, attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and minor in Sustainable Design in 2013. She enjoys working in the field and intends to use her creativity and experience to confront environmental challenges and design solutions. 

Marie was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia and grew up mostly in the Richmond, Virginia area. She graduated with a double major in Environmental Sciences and Anthropology from the University of Virginia in 2013. Given her love for restoration ecology, this internship has been a great opportunity to take learning from the classroom and experience “doing” it for the first time. 

Follow #BLMintern and #MobilzeGreen to learn more about them and their summer projects!
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