- Good Roads, Clear Creeks
- Mattole Field Institute
- Wild and Working Lands
- Youth Environmental Education
- Watershed Information Systems
- Community Resource Center
We are excited to announce our 2014 season of Nick’s Interns. This unique program provides work opportunities for high school students. We are looking for individuals who are motivated to learn, work hard, be part of a team, and make a valuable contribution to our natural environment.
Interns work on a range of restoration projects such as, stream repair, invasive species removal, trail building, sediment and fuel hazard reduction, salmon habitat enhancement and more. With the cooperation of several environmental agencies, participants will learn about and experience a variety of restoration forestry practices.
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY March 28, 2014
Interviews will be held in late April
Session 1 (BLM - Whitethorn): June 23 to July 10
Session 2 (BLM - Whitethorn): July 14 to July 31
Mattole Restoration Council (Petrolia): 1st session June 16th - July 3rd
2nd session July 7th to 24th
All jobs are 3 week sessions, 4 days a week (32 hours)
Interns starting wage ~ $ 9.50/hr; returning ~ $10.50/hrInterns may earn up to a $100 bonus for excellent work.
Mattole Restoration Council/Nick’s Interns
PO Box 223 Whitethorn, CA 95589
For questions call Theresa Vallotton at MRC 986-1078 or 986-7797
Nick’s Interns is a partnership between:
Bureau of Land Management, California State Parks, Mattole Restoration Council,
Mattole Salmon Group, Ray & Marie Raphael, Redwood Forest Foundation,
Sanctuary Forest, and WA1/TTP/A-Step/Step-Up
Please find and download the 2014 application, below.
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