Intern Archive Post's

Wrapping Up and Moving Forward

This year, I was working with Ogallala Commons as an intern to translate promotional materials into Spanish. With my first and second internships, I had practice working in Spanish as


Small town, Big Heart

Most people would look at Borger, Texas and write it off as just another typical small town, but it is so much more than that to me. Borger is where

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First Experiences

There are four components to my internship with Ogallala Commons (1) Research: I work to find definitive resources I can that give any connective information about the Ogallala Aquifer. I

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first expirience

So far my Ogallala experience has been very interesting. My internship consisted of me translating a handbook, which at first I wasn’t sure if it could be done but with

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I apologize for the delay of my first blog post. I first created this weeks ago, but when putting in my time sheet today I noticed that it in fact

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first experiences

Hello everyone, I am having a great time with my internship. So far I have been working on the community garden and videos for the community which will be my

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Turning the Tide

Along the Rio Grande. Most days since I have started this internship I come in and get right to working on the tasks that have been assigned to me.  I

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Looking for progress

For the last couple of weeks I’ve basically done many things research, writing questions for interviews, and planning a talent show. I’m having fun, I’m learning things, and I’m being

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My name is Morgan Eggleston. I currently live ten miles north of Arnold Nebraska on a small cattle ranch. I was born in North Platte Nebraska and I lived there

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First experiences with ogallAla commons

Our 2014 Ogallala Commons Community apprenticeship offers work experience in local food production, the development of a farmers market and a CSA in Tulia, Texas, building of partnerships with other vegetable producers,

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