Round River is a non-profit organization focusing on large landscape conservation. We work closely with local communities and indigenous groups while integrating undergraduate students into our field research to gain experience on actual conservation projects and earn college credit.


  • Schedule and lead program activities, including academics and biological field research
  • Manage all logistics and safety, including driving and maintaining program vehicles
  • Collaborate with local partners and senior RRCS staff to conduct research
  • Teach undergraduate courses including: Applied Conservation Biology, Biological Field Methods, Applied Ecology, and Natural History
  • Facilitate group discussions
  • Encourage st

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