This challenging position on the Catalina Habitat Improvement & Restoration Program (CHIRP) team is a dynamic and highly valued opportunity located off the southern coast of California. It is intended for enthusiastic entry-level professionals with a background in conservation biology/ecology, botany, or a closely related field, with a deep interest in jointly advancing their career goals and environmental stewardship of the Island through hard, purposefully directed work. CHIRPs invasive plant project is responsible for the identification, management, and control of over 40 invasive plant species across the 48,000 acre island. The Ackerman Native Plant Nursery grows over 85 native plant species used for restoration projects. Interns will aid in the propagation and maintenance of these

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