The Nisqually Land Trust was established in 1989 to acquire and manage critical lands to permanently protect water resources, wildlife, natural areas, and scenic vistas in the Nisqually River watershed. Today the Land Trust owns and manages over 7,000 acres. Stewardship activities on these properties include monitoring, maintenance, and habitat restoration. The Nisqually Land Trust is seeking unpaid interns to assist with these activities.
Interns will work with Land Trust staff on a wide range of land management tasks and may also choose to identify or select an independent project related to the Land Trust’s habitat restoration and stewardship activities. Interns also have the option to assist with administrative tasks in an office setting.
Internship is flexible to student availability with an expected time commitment of 8-24 hours (1-3 work days) per week