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  • ematthews
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    Chesapeake Tree Canopy Network
    Posted January 13, 2020

    Forest Vegetation Monitoring crew position in Washington DC

    The National Park Service’s Inventory and Monitoring Program, National Capital Region Network (NCRN) office, is recruiting Biological Science Technicians to work on the 2020 NCRN Forest Vegetation Monitoring crew. The position is currently open on USAJOBs (https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/555270100) and closes on January 20th. The primary responsibilities of these seasonal positions include: collection of field data concerning…

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  • Frank Rodgers
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    Chesapeake Tree Canopy Network
    Posted March 14, 2019

    Tree Survey & Maintenance with WV Division of Forestry- Internship

    May 20 – August 2, 2019 internship with the WV Division of Forestry to perform maintenance (water, prune, mulch, etc.) and survey and inventory riparian buffers and urban tree plantings in Berkeley, Jefferson, and Morgan counties.  Additional responsibilities includes street tree inventories and occasionally supporting WV Chesapeake Bay Program with other forestry initiatives.

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  • Frank Rodgers
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    Chesapeake Tree Canopy Network
    Posted March 14, 2019

    Internship, City of Martinsburg, WV, Urban Tree Canopy Goal

    May 20 – August 2, 2019 internship in the City of Martinsburg, WV, assessing Urban Tree Canopy and drafting an Urban Tree Canopy Goal.  Additional responsibilities includes GIS mapping and occasionally supporting WV Chesapeake Bay Program with other forestry initiatives.

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