Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Habitat Restoration Internships

Habitat Restoration Internships--Coal Oil Point Reserve:

Coal Oil Point Reserve has several paid habitat restoration internships
available for Summer Quarter 2008. Interns will work with a habitat
restoration ecologist, the Reserve steward, other interns, and volunteers
assisting with restoring native wetland and coastal sage scrub habitats. Job
duties will include: plant propagation, seed collection, invasive weed control,
ecological monitoring and general site maintenance. The internship requires 30
hour commitment; generally 3 hours/week on Friday mornings, and occasional
Saturday workdays. Interns receive a $250 stipend upon successful completion of

Applicant must be available on Friday mornings from 9am-12noon, beginning the
first week of Summer Session (week of June 23rd). Previous restoration
experience and knowledge of native plants and restoration ecology is a plus,
but not necessary. Positions are funded by Wildlife Conservation Board, CA
Audubon and Wetlands Recovery Project.

To apply send resume and class schedule/time availability for Summer Quarter to:
Darlene Chirman at 692-2008 and Tara Longwell at 893-5092.

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