Washita

“’There are more women than ever in the lower ranks of fire,’” begins an article on the National Park Foundation’s website (www. nationalparks.org). “’We are coming out in forceful numbers,’ says Joy Logan.” “Joy . . . cover[s] fire management for the Northwest Colorado National Parks Group,” the article continues. “She is one of the women coming out and showing the world that women can do this work too. And, do it really well. She is also in great company.” Here at Washita, we have Park Ranger Kate Roesch. Although she is a Park Ranger that focuses on education, she…

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