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


Youth Development

Nde farms works closely with the Mescalero Apache Youth Development Program. All of the scheduled activities center around the “healthy kids, active lifestyle” theme. We’ve held garden parties and movie

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Mescalero Apache Commonwealth

It’s the preservation of the past combined with the embracement of the future that has lead to the commonwealth of the Mescalero Apache People. It’s fascinating to see an entire

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Moving Forward: September News

Youth Engagement Express Gains Steam As the school year moves past the first 4 weeks, Ogallala Commons has launched a series of 6 Youth Engagement Days.  The first one took

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OC Welcomes More New Interns

LAUREN CANALE Lauren is a West Texas native from Lubbock, Texas. She is currently attending Texas Tech University and is a senior majoring in advertising, Lauren hopes to one day

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Introductory Post Part II

My name is Yadira and this is my second internship with Ogallala Commons. I currently live in Denver and came from Texas just before starting school. I come from what

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Blossoming Traditional Crops

For my community service portion of the internship I collaborated with the Taos Pueblo Tourism Department and Taos Pueblo Senior Center to install and help maintain small traditional crop gardens!

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Greetings: A New Hopeful Intern

Greetings Ogallala Community! I would like to take this time and space to introduce myself, Ana Gabrielle Perez, as a new member of the Ogallala Intern program with the Gonzales

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N’de Farms

          N’de Farms Bo Wardlow N’de is the Apache word “the people”. Our main goal here at N’de Farms is promoting food sovereignty in a food

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When I started this internship I had just graduated from university. I had read everything I could find on local food and wanted to start actually getting local food to

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