Do you want to spend your summer backpacking and camping in the wilderness of Northern California? The Student Conservation Association (www.TheSCA.org) is looking for four people to complete trail work in the South Warner Wilderness. Located on the Modoc Plateau, the 70,000 acres of wilderness vary from 5,800 to nearly 10,000 feet, boasts abundant flora and fauna, and could be your home office for 4months.
Join New Hampshire AmeriCorps! Live in a community setting at Bear Brook State Park for 5-months while expanding your skills and experience in environmental conservation and stewardship, while serving the lands and people of New Hampshire! You may get to serve in the White Mountains, Great North Woods, Seacoast Region, or other beautiful areas in Central and Southern NH. Partners include the National Forest, State Parks, land trusts, and other nonprofit and local government entities.
This is a mixed position that includes environmental education January-April and does natural and cultural resource and trail conservation work from May-October. Conservation projects include new trail construction, shelter building, invasive species management, bridge building, rock staircases, high alpine plant conservation, and much more. The position is based at Bear Brook State Park in Deerfield, NH but works throughout the state with local nonprofits, state, and federal partners.
The Student Conservation Association seeks a Cultural Landscape Intern to support the cultural resource program of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. This intern will produce a Cultural Landscape Inventory (CLI) of the monument’s Mission 66 Cultural Landscape. A CLI is an interdisciplinary document that draws form landscape architecture, historic architecture, historic preservation, and archaeology.
The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the land.
Join a team of dedicated rangers working from September - December to help visitors appreciate, understand, and enjoy Devils Tower National Monument and the Black Hills.
The Regional Educator will assist in implementing new environmental education programming at multiple State Parks throughout New York City. This internship is full time; it will begin on February 13, 2017 and will conclude on December 8, 2017.