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Conservationist Interns - West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District. Two intern positions are available: the 2019 Field Conservationist Intern and GIS & Field Conservationist Intern. These six-month internships are designed to provide experience and learning opportunities in the areas of field monitoring, invasive species management, habitat restoration, water quality data collection, stormwater management, forest stewardship, agricultural best management practices on private land, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping. One position, the Field Conservationist Intern will not require GIS experience. The other position, the GIS & Field Conservationist Intern will require GIS experience as part of the minimum qualifications. The application deadline is 5:00 pm, January 28, 2019

Yaquina Head Resource Interpreters may find themselves exploring tidepools with elementary school students, describing the migration of gray whales as they swim past, answering questions about the area at the site’s interpretive center, or guiding visitors into the past within Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. Rolling Application Deadline, Until Filled.

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