Job Opportunities

Office internships open sporadically throughout the year. Contact us for more information.

Program Background

The MNAP conducts field surveys, collects and maintains data for rare and exemplary botanical features, establishes long-term monitoring plots on Maine's ecological reserves, records and maps the locations of rare plants and exemplary natural communities onto field forms and into a database, and performs environmental reviews of various types using MNAP and other agencies' data. MNAP also works collaboratively with other agencies for these and other projects including mapping invasive species at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge and updating the statewide Conserved Lands mapping and database.

The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry / Maine Natural Areas Program is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.