We are thrilled to announce our developing internship program with youth from area high schools.  Interns have the opportunity to explore work in land conservation, event management, marketing and communications, and fundraising.  Students learn about our conservation mission and the benefits that our projects provide to the community.  To become an intern with the Land Trust, students go through an application process and meet with both staff and board members.

Anna Hadley is a 17 year old senior at Shasta High School. Her favorite subject is European History. She grew up near the coast in Eureka and then in Las Vegas, moving to Redding in 2008. Her grandmother instilled in her a love for nature that brought her to the Shasta Land Trust as an intern. Outside of school, she enjoy's listening to music (at the moment, the soundtrack from the play Hamilton, is her favorite) and playing with her dogs, Liam, Thor, Leo, and Peanut. 



Sadie Morris is a 16 year old senior at Shasta High. She has spent most of her life in or near Redding. Her family has had several small scale farms and her parent’s focus on sustainability brought her to the Shasta Land Trust as an intern.  Outside of school work she also competes on the Shasta High Mock Trial Team and began participating in a few other clubs this year as well. She loves to read if she can find the time or go on bike rides. She has two dogs, a cat, and twenty-or-so goats.


Carly Ball is a 17 year old junior at Shasta Charter Academy. She is very interested in the outdoors and the activities it has to offer such as backpacking, hiking, horse riding, rock climbing, and swimming. She grew up in Redding California and is aspiring to go to a university in California or Southern Oregon. She hopes to work in the environmental field or with animals. She has 4 dogs, 2 cats, indoor fish, koi fish, and a quarter horse. In addition to going to school, interning, and participating in the activities listed above, Carly works at her grandmother's equestrian center in Cottonwood.