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Barbara Rice Vegetation Intern
CNPS Vegetation Program The CNPS Vegetation Program supports a uniform system for vegetation sampling, classification, and mapping. This system, developed over the past 25 years by CNPS and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), is used by both governmental and non-governmental institutions to map, categorize, describe, and rank rarity of vegetation. At the heart of this effort is A Manual of California Vegetation. About the Role The Barbara Rice Vegetation Intern will work with CNPS vegetation and rare plant scientists to explore and understand California’s plants and plant communities primarily along the coasts of Humboldt, Del Norte and Mendocino counties. This is a part?time to full-time non-exempt Plant Science


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