The Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML) at Colorado State University (CSU) will be hiring up to four seasonal Wildlife Technicians to conduct fieldwork at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Dates of hire are approximately April 19th through November 30th, 2021. Starting dates are flexible for the perspective candidate. These positions can last up to 9 months depending on management needs and funding. Fort McCoy is a United States Army installation on 60,000 acres between Sparta and Tomah, Wisconsin in Monroe County. Located about 30 miles east of La Crosse, Wisconsin, this region contains a mix of rolling wooded hills, oak/jack pine savannas, and prairies. This ecological region, known as the Driftless Area, contains numerous rare species of both plants and animals and is

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