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David J. Elkowitz

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Big Bend Conservancy

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Big Bend Conservancy

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Big Bend Conservancy's mission is to promote, protect and raise funds for Big Bend National Park and the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River. By 1995, Lori Palmer and her husband Russ Jewert had been visiting Big Bend National Park for over 21 years. Having hea... more

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Friends of the Big Bend National Park - ABOUT US

www.bigbendfriends.org [cached]

David Elkowitz - Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services


November 2012 - The Big Bend Gazette

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During a regular business meeting of the Brewster County Tourism Council held today (Monday, November 19) in Alpine, David Elkowitz, Big Bend National Park spokeperson, confirmed that the opening date for the Boquillas Crossing Port of Entry between the United States and Mexico is uncertain.
by John Waters, Publisher David Elkowitz, spokesman for Big Bend National Park has confirmed there will be no "soft" opening of the Boquillas Crossing next week.


www.wfaa.com

"It's a crew that hikes in and works with hand tools and goes where bulldozers cannot go because it might be too steep, or there might not be access for one reason or another," explained David Elkowitz, fire crew leader for the Diablos during their trip to Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Elkowitz is Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services at Big Bend National Park, where the team known as "Los Diablos" is based. The were born out of necessity 20 years ago to help battle wildfires in Big Bend National Park, a remote region near the Texas-Mexico border. "It's so remote that the nearest fire response is two days away for any large number of people," Elkowitz said. "These folks work hard and keep themselves in good physical condition and continue to work on fires," said Elkowitz, who has known many of the Diablos for more than 20 years.


www.kvue.com

"It's a crew that hikes in and works with hand tools and goes where bulldozers cannot go because it might be too steep or there might not be access for one reason or another," said David Elkowitz, fire crew leader for the Diablos during their trip to Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Elkowitz is Chief of Interpretation and visitor services at Big Bend National Park where the team known as "Los Diablos" is based. They were born out of necessity 20 years ago to help battle wildfires in Big Bend National Park, a remote region near the Texas-Mexico border. "It's so remote that the nearest fire response is two days away for any large number of people," said Elkowitz. "These folks work hard and keep themselves in good physical condition and continue to work on fires," said Elkowitz, who has known many of the Diablos for more than 20 years.


www.kvue.com

"It's a crew that hikes in and works with hand tools and goes where bulldozers cannot go because it might be too steep or there might not be access for one reason or another, said David Elkowitz, fire crew leader for the Diablos during their trip to Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Elkowitz is Chief of Interpretation and visitor services at Big Bend National Park where the team known as "Los Diablos" is based. The were born out of necessity 20 years ago to help battle wildfires in Big Bend National Park, a remote region near the Texas-Mexico border. "It's so remote that the nearest fire response is two days away for any large number of people," said Elkowitz. "These folks work hard and keep themselves in good physical condition and continue to work on fires," said Elkowitz who has known many of the Diablos for more than 20 years.


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