Cloudbridge Private Nature Reserve Intern

Interest: 
Environment

Each intern works on 1 or 2 projects studying animal and plant populations across 3 major habitat types: primary forest, naturally regenerating secondary forest, and actively planted (reforested) secondary forest. The main goals of these studies are to 1) study the benefits of active planting as opposed to natural regeneration, 2) build a comprehensive species list for the reserve, and 3) gain a better understanding of the species on the reserve.'

During a typical work day, interns conduct field work, maintain comprehensive field notes, and input the resulting data into computer records. Interns work approximately 30 hours per week (6 hours per day on weekdays), although actual hours can fluctuate depending on the project.

Compensation: 
unpaid/volunteer
Time Frame: 
Summer
Website: 
http://cloudbridge.org/volunteering/
Name: 
Tom
Gode
Phone: 
212-362-9391
Address: 
PO Box 247
Rhinecliff
12574