Fall crocus
Arboretum & Wildlife Center News:
Robin eating worm
Nature @ WSU: Are Worms Natural? The Global Worming Debate

"Earthworms are not natural! Not even a little bit! At least they're not natural if they're are non-native, introduced earthworms that are devouring the forest floor and radically changing the ecology of some hardwood forests in the northern United States."

To learn more about why worms are, or are not natural, see our science and sustainability blog series, Nature @ WSU. And see the video link there to watch and learn more about the mysterious,
Giant Earthworms.
2014 Internships
Announcement: Summer Internship Positions Available with the WSU Arboretum & Wildlife Conservation Center on the Pullman Campus

Students seeking a full-time summer job and challenging and interesting internship opportunities on the WSU Pullman campus are invited to apply for paid internship positions with the WSU Arboretum & Wildlife Conservation Center. We anticipate having at least two paid summer internship positions dealing with arboretum land management, garden development, and managing volunteer projects and restoration activities.

For more information (see Paid Internship Program) and to apply for the paid internship positions, please send us an email by using the Contact link at the bottom of this page.