The Phoenix Conservancy is looking to recruit six interns for summer 2019 to work on Phoenix projects that include terrestrial and riparian projects on the Palouse prairie, mycology and soil sciences in the Tri-Cities, and wildlife habitat restoration in the Great Plains in South Dakota. More information regarding each of our internship projects can be found in the PDFs below. Send an email with your CV by no later then 5 PM on February 15th to email@example.com including which internship you would like to apply for in both the body and subject line of the email.
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