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Interning at the Galiano Conservancy

Ever wondered what it’s like to journey from afar to work on Galiano Island? One of our interns, Frieda Weinert from Germany, has written an article about it and published it in Island Tides.

“With the mentoring of Keith, it was possible to experience the work as an ecologist. Having these unique, hands-on experiences is why my university program wants all the students to get out and work with organizations in Germany or other countries.”

Does this sound like the kind of work you’d like to do? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Read her full article here.

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Keith Erickson

Keith is a registered professional biologist and has worked for the Galiano Conservancy since 1998. His main passion is ecosystem based planning. He has a broad diversity of experience that includes forest ecology, GIS mapping, and ecological restoration. Keith's inspiration is rooted in a deep connection with his home place and is stoked through sharing his work and experiences with youth and adults participating in the Conservancy's learning programs and internships.

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