Invasive Plant Management Intern

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American River Parkway Foundation
5700 Arden Way
Carmichael, CA
Posted: January 30 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The mission of the American River Parkway Foundation (ARPF) is to support the preservation and enjoyment of the American River Parkway by fostering environmental education, stewardship and volunteer opportunities. The invasive plant management intern assists the ARPF staff in the management and control of specified invasive plant species along the American River Parkway. The American River Parkway is one of the largest urban green spaces in the country.

Responsibilities

Intern projects include removing invasive plants by hand or mechanical techniques, surveying and identifying invasive plants along the American River Parkway, recording data of completed management efforts, and working with volunteers, Sacramento County parks and ARPF staff in a professional manor.

Requirements

Interns must have a background or interest in environmental science or natural resources, the ability to lift 25 lbs, comfortable working outdoors in all conditions, ability to work independently and time to dedicate between 10-30 hours a week to an internship.

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