Students and other interested professionals should consider internship opportunities with Western Watersheds Project. Interns gain unique experience with a variety of conservation issues and activities including opportunity to be involved monitoring public lands and wildlife habitat, engaging various administrative efforts, learning about environmental legal programs, and a variety of other efforts. More often-than-not, interns are encouraged to identify particular disciplines/passions of interest and are given the guidance and tools necessary to make a positive difference on the ground themselves !
Western Watersheds Project welcomes the support of active members and volunteers who are ready to engage public land and wildlife management agencies and insist on protection and restoration of western watersheds and wildlife.
Much of Western Watersheds Project’s success is attributable to our active membership and volunteers. Often, it is a member or volunteer who brings to Western Watersheds Project’s attention a problem or issue with public land and wildlife management. Similarly, it is often a member or volunteer who is in the best position to help.
If you are interested or concerned about a problem with livestock grazing on public lands in your area, contact Western Watersheds Project to learn more about what you can do to help.