January, 2016--We are thrilled to announce an exciting expansion of PBI’s conservation science internship program, with a new opportunity for 14 upper-level undergraduate students or recent graduates who are preparing to be conservation leaders and professionals. PBI’s new four-week Conservation Science and Leadership Course will take place May 23 through June 19, 2016, in the biologically-rich and scenic North Cascades Mountains and Methow Valley of Washington State. Students will gain a diverse and holistic view of ongoing conservation and management issues prevalent throughout the Pacific Northwest. Learn more here!
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Science to Support Conservation
Our mission is to combine innovative scientific research, education, and technical support to inform, enhance and inspire conservation. Our goal is a rich and enduring biological heritage.
We believe that knowledge changes the game. Our conservation science research fills important knowledge gaps. This has made a significant difference in the protection and management of forests, rivers, deserts, wetlands, and imperiled wildlife species.
We accomplish our mission through:
- Conservation Partnerships
- Assessment of Conservation Opportunities
- Conservation Science Education (including public talks, internet resources and conservation science internships).
- Field Studies and Landscape Analysis
- Sharing our expertise in ecology, botany, wildlife biology, and spatial analysis (GIS) of complex biological, ecological and social phenomenon.
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