This position is a unique opportunity to be directly involved in "citizen science," working as a member of a team investigating the landscape potential of Mahonia species and cultivars in the Pacific Northwest (see separate project description). Under the supervision of the project leads and student interns, volunteers will help maintain the project area. Refreshments, snacks, work gloves and hand tools are provided at regularly scheduled work parties on the first and third Saturdays of each month. Volunteers must have appropriate clothing to work outside in all types of weather. This research project is funded by a grant from the Washington State Department of Agriculture and is hosted by South Seattle College.
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