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					                                      Be An Intern or Volunteer
                the uCSC Center for AgroeCology
                   And SuStAInABle food SyStemS

         Located at the UCSC Farm & Garden and at Oakes College,
       the Center sponsors various internship/volunteer opportunities.
               For more information, please contact the following individuals in your area of interest –


        organiC farMing and                                        food SyStEMS rESEarCh
            gardEning                                            Gain research experience in food systems
Work directly on farm- and garden-related tasks                  and social justice, including farm-to-college
such as composting, seed saving, beneficial habi-                projects.
tat management, propagating plants, weeding,                     Jan Perez, Associate Specialist
and harvesting.                                                  459-3235, jperez@ucsc.edu
Liz Milazzo CSA/Farm-to-College Coordinator                      Tim Galarneau, Food Systems Researcher,
(Farm Field)                                                     459-3248, tgalarne@ucsc.edu
459-4661, emilazzo@ucsc.edu                                      Liz Milazzo, CSA/Farm-to-College Coordinator
Christof Bernau, Garden Manager (Farm Garden)                    459-4661, emilazzo@ucsc.edu
459-3375, christof@ucsc.edu
Orin Martin, Garden Manager (Chadwick Garden)                           lifE laB gardEn
251-8944
                                                                      ClaSSrooM fiEld tripS
f arMing S yStEMS r ESEarCh                                      Teach standards-based science, gardening
                                                                 and sustainable agriculture concepts to local
      and fiEld Work
                                                                 school groups (pre school - 6th). Interns re-
Gain field and lab research experience explor-                   ceive training in: garden-based science educa-
ing strategies in organic strawberry & vegetable                 tion, working with children, organic gardening,
production, fertility and pest management, and                   environmental education, games, activities, and
water quality monitoring.                                        much more! Internships available Fall, Winter
Joji Muramoto, Associate Researcher                              and Spring quarters.
459-2506, joji@ucsc.edu                                          Amy Carlson, Garden Education Coordinator
Janet Bryer, Associate Researcher                                459-4035, gardened@lifelab.org
459-5529, jbryer@ucsc.edu                                        www.lifelab.org

the fArm & ChAdwICk gArden Are open to VISItorS eVery dAy. A Self-guIded tour Booklet IS AVAIlABle
                 At the fArm entrAnCe gAte. CAll 459-3240 for InformAtIon.


       Earn CrEdit Working at UCSC’S MoSt BEaUtifUl Spot !
             dirECtionS & MorE inforMation at CaSfS.UCSC.EdU

				
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