Awarded for Innovation
The Rocky Mountain Land Management Internship (RMLMI), Colorado Mountain College’s U.S. Forest Service internship program, has been recognized for its innovation.
The USDA/U.S. Forest Service awarded the RMLMI Program the Regional Forester’s Honor Award for its innovative work in creating and implementing the CMC-Forest Service program and partnership on March 14, 2018.
CMC’s delegation to the awards ceremony includes two current RMLMI fellows, Eric Ganshert of CMC Steamboat Springs and Autumn Grennier of CMC Spring Valley; Nathan Stewart, Program Director and Assoc. Professor of Sustainability Studies; and Ed Chusid, Grants Coordinator.
This summer, interns will embark on 960 hours of field work, research, and training, in service to the White River and Routt National Forests.Learn more about the Rocky Mountain Land Management Internship