For the ten-week period beginning in late May, our interns actively participate in the ongoing restoration of CFC properties as part of a nationally recognized restoration approach. Activities include planting native sedge/forbs, seed gathering, weeding, brush cutting and removal of invasive species. Interns work outdoors in all types of weather, and need to be physically fit and capable of moderately high levels of exertion. In addition to the restoration activities, interns may assist in CFC's Youth Education program designed to inspire and encourage an understanding of the environment in our young naturalists.
Candidates should be currently enrolled in college with a preferred area of study in the environmental sciences or a related field. The stipend is $10/hr with the possibility of a bonus at the end of the program.