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January Interns Create Multimedia Projects for Conservation Community

January 22, 2019
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Interns pose for a picture over tree level during a field walk.
Since 2015, Harvard Forest has hosted a Harvard undergraduate intern for 3 weeks each January, in partnership with the Harvard Office of Career Services' Museum and Arts Fellowship program.


This year, the Forest hired three interns to work on a range of multimedia projects for the Wildlands and Woodlands initiative, highlighting the role of universities in land conservation across New England, including a conservation story map and a podcast episode.


The interns (Angelica Torres, Julian Rauter, and Amy Li) joined Harvard Divinity School student Alexa Rice, who is completing a Field Education Placement with the Forest this semester, to explore the landscape on field walks (one pictured here) during their three week fellowship.
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