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Photo Essay: What It's Like to Be a USFS Wilderness Ranger Intern

A firsthand account of two rugged months spent living and working with the Forest Service in California's famed John Muir Wilderness

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Photo Essay: What It's Like to Be a USFS Wilderness Ranger Intern

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Photographer

Bailey Diemer

Camera

Nikon F3

Film

Portra 400

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