A summer of meaningful work and stunning landscapes on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson, WY
Meaningful work in a spectacular setting!
The National Elk Refuge (NER) consists of 24,700 acres of intermountain valley in the Jackson Hole area of northwestern Wyoming. The Irrigation Program at the NER is a NON-FEDERAL position funded through a publicly organized antler auction each season. Employees will build professional experiences in natural resource management while being exposed daily to the wild landscape that is Jackson Hole.
Spectacular landscape of majestic mountains, rolling sagebrush covered hills, and grasslands at the National Elk Refuge in northwestern Wyoming’s Jackson Hole valley.