Gain Experience in Land Stewardship

Internships and Community Service

Learn more about our brand new Young Stewards program, which offers paid and unpaid stewardship opportunities for ages 14 to 25.

Stewardship Internships

Are you looking to foster a love of the land in Sonoma County through community service or an internship? As an intern on our Sonoma County preserves, you will get a chance to work closely with our fun, bold, and people-powered organization! 

 Intern task and responsibilities may include: 

  • Natural resource management 
  • Land restoration 
  • Leading volunteer stewardship workdays. 
  • Wildlife camera monitoring 
  • Invasive species removal 
  • Trail building and maintenance
  • Data entry and information management 
  • GPS mapping 
  • Native seed collection 
  • Learn how to plan and facilitate a volunteer workday 

Interns are required to have the following: 

  • Ability to work at least 8 hours a week for at least 3 months.
  • Ability to hike at least five miles over uneven terrain carrying heavy tools in possible inclement weather. 
  • Must have appropriate field clothing; long pants, sturdy shoes, hat, sunglasses, etc. 
  • Able to work alone without supervision. 
  • Possession of a driver’s license and vehicle preferred, but not necessary. 
  • Comfortable speaking in front of small groups of people. 

Interested in a stewardship internship? Please contact Preserve Stewardship Lead Erin Mulligan at erin@landpaths.org or 707-544-7284 ext. 23. 

Youth Programs Internship

Thanks for your interest. More information coming soon!

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