Rachel Fleming
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a day of work at the plant nursery on Anacapa Island
Aug 17, 2011
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"going to become a park ranger soon :)"
Aug 5, 2011
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Jul 21, 2011
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"might soon become a work leader for the Channel Islands National Park's ice plant removal plan :)"
Jul 21, 2011
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Jul 20, 2011
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"Saw the world's smallest butterfly about a week ago....the pygmy blue. It was less than an inch long!"
Jul 19, 2011
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This is all the trash we collected from the banks of Ventura River. Most of it was from the old places of homeless people, sad to say. There was a lot of stuff!Rachel Fleming
Jul 19, 2011
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Nov 22, 2009

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Ventura College

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