Intern Class of 2019: Jared Bazaral
Jared is a sophomore at Montclair state University with a major in earth and environmental science. During his time at The Land Conservancy, he and the other stewardship interns have been responsible for removing the invasive plants such as mugwort and mile a minute weed at our Preserves. In addition, he has been supervising the Chew Crew goats from Project Chew at the South Branch Preserve.
“I chose to intern at The Land Conservancy because I thought that there was a lot I could learn about various plants and wild life. In the future I hope to take my newly acquired knowledge and help teach the next generation about the importance of land preservation.”