Summer internship with the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation at Sheep Hill
What could be better than spending the summer in Williamstown, enjoying the outdoors, discovering some of Williamstown’s unique natural areas and learning about land conservation and nature education?
The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation (WRLF) a land conservation trust dedicated to the preservation of the Williamstown area’s rural New England character, offers a summer internship to anyone who is interested in land conservation, non-profit management, natural history, and outdoor education.
Its Sheep Hill headquarters at the Mary and Craig Lewis Center for Nature and Rural Heritage in Williamstown has been developed as a place for children and adults to explore the natural environment and connect to the agricultural past of which this former farm is a part. In addition to Sheep Hill, WRLF owns 17 diverse properties totaling over 800 acres, many with popular hiking trails such as Pine Cobble, Chestnut and Fitch.
Information can be found at: http://ces.williams.edu