Got a bachelor's degree in science? Want to fight invasive species in the New York City watershed? Now's your chance.
Duties include identifying and mapping invasive forest insect and plant occurrences, detecting occurrences that are moving into the region, and controlling invasive plants in a variety of settings ranging from the backcountry forest preserve to suburban areas. The position affords the intern the opportunity to learn to identify invasive insects and plants of the Northeast; and gain an understanding of methods of invasive species survey, invasive plant control, and invasive species prevention.