Attention Students & Teachers!
Doing research, field work or other projects at the Washington Park Arboretum or the Center for Urban Horticulture? Please send us a short description so that we can showcase your work on this page, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Programs - The UW Botanic Gardens is a unit of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences in the College of the Environment. Fields of study include Restoration Ecology and Environmental Horticulture at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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Volunteer - UW Botanic gardens offers many volunteer opportunities that complement academic coursework in fields such as environmental education, horticulture, restoration ecology, rare plant conservation, records management, library science, museology, and communication.
Research Assistant - Currently, two RA positions in the School of Forest Resources are hosted at UWBG: Herbarium Manager (faculty advisor: Sarah Reichard ) and Union Bay Natural Area Manager (faculty advisor: Kern Ewing).
Arrange an Internship - In coordination with academic programs, UWBG hosts unpaid interns who may work with Horticulture, Education or Library staff depending on current demand. To inquire about availability contact the appropriate manager or supervisor in the unit of interest.
Use UWBG Facilities - Visit the Miller Library to do research or meet with a study group in the Program Room. Hone your plant identification skills at the Hyde Herbarium, or rent space in the Douglas Research Conservatory (greenhouse) for plant experiments for UWBG/SEFS associated projects (rental info for UW students).
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