RENAISSANCE OF THE EARTH FELLOWSHIPS
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Renaissance Center seeks undergraduate fellows to help expand the Renaissance of the Earth in our kitchen garden and apple orchard. The fellows will manage the garden planning and care: mulching, weeding, and harvesting as needed. The fellows will also be encouraged to pursue their own environmental research interests and to present their research through public-facing platforms, including regular updates to our website. Position requires experience working on agricultural projects, schedule flexibility, and ability to work on a team. Must be available during the summer June 1- September 30. Please feel free to inquire about the details of these fellowships at anytime throughout the academic year.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send a resume and cover letter to Liz Fox, email@example.com or call (413) 577-3600.
Fellow, Renaissance of the Earth
Emma Zimmerman Greenlee holds a BA in Political Science and Spanish from UMass and is a current graduate student of Forest Resources and Arboriculture with the Department of Environmental Conservation. Emma is responsible for the Center's kitchen garden and apple orchard. Her research is focused on the creation and stewardship of food forests, especially as they were maintained by indigenous groups pre-American colonization.