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Division of Ecological Restoration Intern – MA Dept. of Fish and Game (Boston or Westfield, MA)

The Division of Ecological Restoration is offering an internship this fall to assist with regulatory approval of one of their salt marsh restoration projects. The intern will prepare, file and represent the project at public meetings for all local, state and federal permits. The Commonwealth is about to streamline the restoration permitting process and the DER is interested in documenting time spent to prepare regulatory approvals under the old framework and compare it to the new guidelines. The position requires a few hours per week (8-10), preferably in the fall or early winter at the Boston or Westfield office. A stipend cannot be provided but this is a great opportunity for someone to learn the regulatory ropes, a bankable skill needed for most environmental consultants/wetland professionals.

Interested applicants should email tim.purinton@state.ma.us ASAP.

Jun 13: Citizen Scientist Training Workshop

Mystic River Watershed Association will offer a Citizen Scientist Training Workshop on Wednesday, June 13th, 6-8pm in Somerville. This Workshop allows interested volunteers to learn about water quality monitoring methods and concepts. By completing this workshop, you’ll be prepared to join MyRWA’s Baseline Monitoring Program. The Baseline Monitoring Program requires a monthly commitment between 6am and 8am. No experience is necessary – all are welcome!

Space is limited - you have to register for this event. To register email Beth@MysticRiver.org today!

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