This past weekend was our Immersion Weekend in Shepherdstown, W.Va. I was lucky enough to cover the National Conservation Training Center, a project of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Services. Deputy Director for Operations of Fish and Wildlife Services, Rowan Gould, was one of my interviews for my print article. One of the hardest parts for me about multimedia is how much content can be gathered and how little is visible in the finished product. Above is a story from my interview with Gould, the man on the right in the photograph above. He and Steve Case are looking at the original document from Theodore Roosevelt, creating the first Bird Reservation on Paris Island. The document is located in the Historical Archives of the National Conservation Training Center.
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