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Rangers help keep visitors safe, teach nature, history in must-see parks

Friday, October 21, 2016 14:24
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Nancy Wiechec | Catholic News Service

A ranger teaches children about the wildlife in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming at an overlook in the Canyon section of the park Aug. 6.

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Kristen Dragoo came to Grand Teton National Park in 2002 for a college internship and never left.

Armed with a degree in natural resources and environmental management, Dragoo has worked her way up the ladder to become a park ranger, education coordinator and a lead interpreter for the park's Moose district.

Dragoo, her husband and their 2-year-old daughter live in Jackson, an ideal location for their lifestyle. The Catholic wife and mother said her family loves to hike, camp, boat, cross-country ski and watch wildlife.

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