Brynn interns at a local garden as part of an agriculture course. “I absolutely fell in love with gardening. Nothing compares to the feeling of running your hands through the soil.” All photos courtesy Brynn Garner
This past year has presented countless challenges for people all over the world, with social distancing and remote living becoming the new normal. However, even during these historic times, the world has continued to carry on and find ways to adapt and overcome – and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service volunteers are no exception.
As National Volunteer Week celebrates its 47th year, we honor all the incredible volunteers who keep our communities going, even through hardships and challenges. Volunteers play a critical role in achieving the mission of the Service, dedicating their time and energy to furthering conservation goals. Having volunteers allows us to complete projects that might otherwise be impossible.
To kick off National Volunteer Week, we highlight a woman that embodies the very essence of service and commitment: Brynn Garner.