Interns will work alongside Institute of Forest Genetics staff to accomplish multiple goals, including but not limited to: 1.  ensure survival of recently planted Q. lobata trees in a plantation 2.  morphological measurements and seed extraction from pine cones 3.  physiological and growth measurements on a suite of tree species 4.  culturing of plants and trees in the greenhouse and lath house 5.  help in developing future plans for adding new trees to an historic arboretum Work settings include field, nursery, lath house and greenhouse environments, and possibly some lab work. This position at times will be physically demanding. Physical components will include but are not limited to: heights, climbing, walking, hiking, squatting, kneeling, lifting of a minimu...

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