Monthly Archives: March 2016

Part-time intern at flower farm

Native Farm Flowers is looking to hire a part-time intern starting this spring.  If you are interested, please contact Barbara Jefts at nativefarmflowers@gmail.com Native Farm Flowers is a 5 acre farm dedicated to growing beautiful  perennial and annual flowers naturally and with … Continue reading Continue reading

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Summer Residential Coordinator / Field Teaching Assistant

The Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station is now accepting applications for support staff for two sessions of its three-week high school summer ecology course, Wildlife Ecology Research. Two nine week positions (June 6-August 7, 2016) are available. Applicants must … Continue reading Continue reading

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Paid Environmental Education and Conservation Intern

Wilton Wildlife Park and Preserve is hiring 2 education and conservation interns, to begin late summer/early fall. These are full-time, paid positions. Position Summary The major responsibilities of the intern are to develop and present indoor and outdoor environmental education … Continue reading Continue reading

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On Labradoodles and Fried Chicken

(21 March – Updated with more images…) I recently saw a post on twitter from @teenybiscuit, subsequently picked up by NPR here . You’ve probably seen it, dogs, muffins and a whole bunch of other things that look… Read More Continue reading

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My eyes!

OK, just sort of messing around while making some stimuli for this experiment. I’m as creeped out as you are. I promise. Continue reading

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Gießen and the Virgin

Some early experiment data with the Veiled Virgin. I could explain it, but it would give away the study before we even started. So, you’ll have to just do your best to figure out what is going on for now…. Read More Continue reading

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Student Blogger Feature

“Going, Going, (but not quite) Gone” is the title of student Manuela Tauscher’s recent blog post on her pre-departure experience, which was featured on IES Abroad’s Editor’s Choice Student Blogs. Tauscher is studying abroad with the Environmental Studies & Sustainability program in Freiburg, Germany, and her post offers candid insight into the emotional limbo that …

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I’m changing things

Yes, this is that classic ‘under construction’ post. I’m moving things around. Cleaning things up. Posting PDFs. Singing a little song.   Continue reading

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Virgin position map

 
X,Y,Z in R,G,B.
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Internship at the Climate Museum, NYC, Summer 2016

A newly launched climate museum start-up seeks applications for unpaid internships. The mission of the Climate Museum is to use the sciences, art, and design to foster inspire dialogue and spur innovation that address the challenges of climate change, moving … Continue reading Continue reading

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