“The more you do something, the better you get.”
“I have gained a new respect for myself and others. I know more about myself – what I like, what I don’t like – my strengths and challenges.”
“It’s about how you treat others, reciprocity gains mutually exclusive benefits.”
“It’s not for everyone but it might be for you – and you won’t know unless you try.”
“Don’t depend on someone else to provide for you and don’t let social norms hold you back. Follow your passion, get a good education, and go for it.”
“Everyone should do this once, try it.”
Lacey is not afraid of hard work; she grew up working and she is proud of her success… “I get to choose,” she says. “I’m not trapped.”
The truth is – women’s work is the work that gets done by a woman.
Editor’s Note: Evergreen Magazine was fortunate enough to interview our interim Chief of the Forest Service. The interview was done by Jim Petersen via email …
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