Battle Invasive Species in the Adirondacks this Summer!

Looking for an opportunity to battle invasive aquatic species and explore the wild lands and waters of upstate New York? The Adirondack Watershed Institute Stewardship Program is now accepting applications for approximately 30 full time and a few part time summer positions. Work locations include the Old Forge/Inlet/Raquette Lake area, Tupper/Cranberry Lake area, the Tri-Lakes area, Chateaugay Lake, Saratoga Lake, and Great Sacandaga Lake.

AWI Early Detection Team (source: Adirondack Watershed Institute)

AWI Early Detection Team (source: Adirondack Watershed Institute)

Positions are full-time, including all weekends; period of appointment is from May 18th to August 24th; two additional weeks until Labor Day required, depending on employee’s fall school schedule. These are paid positions.

Please visit this link below for application instructions and other details about the positions. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Direct questions to Kathleen Wiley, Assistant Director, Adirondack Watershed Institute Stewardship Program (kwiley@paulsmiths.edu; 518-327-6271)

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