Interns take part in a variety of projects such as stream restoration, habitat assessment surveys, trail building, fire fuels reduction, native seed collection, and invasive species removal. Participating organizations include the Mattole Restoration Council, Sanctuary Forest, the Mattole Salmon Group, the Institute of Sustainable Forestry, State Parks and the Bureau of Land Management. Wages begin at $9.50/hr and increase depending upon prior experience.
More information can be found at www.mattole.org/nicksinterns. To apply applications can be downloaded. Please return your application by the March 27 deadline to: Mattole Restoration Council, PO Box 223, Whitethorn, CA 95589.
For questions call Theresa Vallotton at MRC 707-986-1078 or 986-7797.
The Mattole Restoration Council works to conserve and restore the Mattole River Watershed. Since the Council’s founding in 1983, volunteers, staff, and local landowners have helped promote the conservation of native salmon and steelhead, the restoration of forestlands, and the improvement of the watershed’s biotic and human communities.