Environmental Interns is a high school program sponsored by the Math Science Nucleus and funded by Lam Research Foundation and Alameda County Flood control and Water Conservation District. Students learn the science behind the environment and they actually get to work on restoration projects. Projects have included Masonic Home Reforestation Project, Mission Creek, Irvington Creek, California Nursery Historical Park, and Tule Ponds at Tyson Lagoon. Students will learn how to get other students at their high schools involved with local restoration projects. Each summer our focus changes. This internship is free to students who are selected. Students on the right are 2018-19 interns on a field trip to Masonic Home Reforestation Project.