The Garden of Tomorrow- forging pathways from the past to the future
Project Description: In partnership with Mission Garden, a team of Interns explore, research, collaborate, and design an interactive garden that connects the public and Tucson area schools with future challenges with the history, cultures and ecology of our Sonoran Desert ecosystem as represented by the Juan Bautista de Anza Trail.
Adventure and Learning: Interns receive design training with UA Landscape Architect Brad Kindler and interpretive presentation skills from Ironwood Tree Experience and National Parks Service. Internship locations include Mission Garden (near A Mountain), Ironwood Tree Experience-Urban Field Station, and Tumacacori National Historical Park. Interns are required to attend all after school sessions, weekend field trips, and overnight camping.
Internship Dates: Feb – April ( 3-months)
Application Due Date: Friday, December 22, 2017