Category: Washita

Washita

The NPS family is small, only about 22,000 employees. But, families within families support our efforts. The sister of Park Ranger Sydney will volunteer with her 2 teenage daughters during our Owa Chita Summer Camp (July 16-20)....

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Washita

We have dedicated volunteers, dedicated researchers, and dedicated resources. Due to a staffing shortage with Steve’s departure, Kay Caudle will be assisting us tremendously by volunteering, making sure we can adequately staff...

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Washita

During the month of June, we had 1,121 visitors. While we enjoy the company of those who visit, we are saddened by those who leave. Ranger Steve Agricola accepted a Park Guide position at Petroglyphs National Monument in...

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Washita

Since Washita has one employee that dedicates less than 20% of his time to Natural Resource work, it is time to create a baseline for regular maintenance. A crew of about 6 employees from Capulin Volcano National Monument came...

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Washita

National Park Service (NPS) sites are complex systems to manage. There are multiple divisions (Maintenance, Natural & Cultural Resources, Law Enforcement, Administration, and Interpretation), and most parks are like...

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Washita

New Opportunity The 150th of the Washita is an opportunity . . . for new stewards, new visitors, and new products. This week we welcome Randy Bilbeisi, the new acting Superintendent while Tucker Blythe is supporting Great Sand...

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Washita

Parks are places to explore, connect, and promote. Last year, 11,831 visitors explored the cultural and natural resources of Washita. Last month, 809 visitors came through. You need to login to view the rest of the content....

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