Habitat Restoration

Image of UC Davis Learning by Leading students restoring a portion of the banks along the Arboretum Waterway.

Habitat Restoration 

Interns will learn best management practices and the current science of restoring and managing natural systems as well as low water-use “sustainable” landscapes using the principles of adaptive management.

Across the campus, interns will explore land management through the seasons and gain hands-on skills in planning, design, habitat restoration, biology, plant science, wildlife management, stewardship, erosion control, and maintenance. Students may also acquire technical skills in construction, irrigation, pruning, and use of heavy equipment such as tractors, all-terrain vehicles, and mowers.

Quarters: Fall, Winter, or Spring
Fall Quarter Schedule 2018: Interns meet Tuesday from 3 – 6 p.m.
Units: 1 unit

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