The Save Our Bosque Task Force began a summer internship program in 2017. Our Restoration Monitoring Interns help us with a variety of tasks both in the field and in the office. Housing is provided at the Long Term Ecological Research field station at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. Every summer, dozens of graduate students, researchers, and field technicians live and work at the field station, giving our interns the opportunity to meet and work with a wide variety of people.
Our internship program provides recent graduates with the opportunity to gain experience in the field of restoration ecology and get involved with numerous projects throughout Socorro County and beyond. Each summer, interns design and implement their own independent project which is presented to the Save Our Bosque Task Force and our partners.
2020 Interns: Independent Projects
Ethnobotanical Use of Native Plants in the Bosque
Photographic Guide to Plants of the Socorro Bosque
2019 Interns: Independent Projects
2018 Interns: Presentations and independent projects
2017 Interns: Presentations and independent projects