Meadowscaping for Biodiversity (MS4B) is a STEAM learning, project-based, environmental education program that exposes youth to the benefits of being outdoors in nature and empowers them to be environmental stewards. Youth learn “intentional gardening”—gardening with pollinator-friendly perennial native plants to restore biodiversity and build healthy, resilient communities.
This summer we are hiring students (age 16-17) who are interested in science and nature. Students will work outdoors 20 hours/week (4 hours/day) from 8am-12pm at $15/hour planting gardens with native plants to build pollinator habitat. We will provide snacks. We are working early because it will probably be hot and dusty most days. Contact Barbara Passero at 781-209-0052 or at [email protected].