QDMA Welcomes Spring 2019 Conservation Interns

Tyler Hathaway

QDMA recently welcomed two new interns for the spring semester. Tyler Hathaway and Nathan Cranata join the Conservation Department under Director Kip Adams.

“Our new interns will assist us in numerous areas including advocacy and educational programs, as well as help promote the good work done by QDMA staff and volunteers,” said Adams. “Our internship program has been highly successful to date, and I’m confident Tyler and Nathan will add to that success.”

Hathaway is a recent graduate from Ball State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in biology, with an emphasis on wildlife biology and conservation. He has experience working on both public and private lands utilizing prescribed burns, herbicide applications and other habitat management techniques to improve wildlife habitat. Hathaway currently resides in Indiana.

Nathan Cranata

Cranata is a student at Oregon State University where he is seeking a bachelor of science degree in fisheries and wildlife management while serving as a full-time Intelligence Analyst for the U.S. Army. Cranata also has experience managing private land for white-tailed deer in his home state of Georgia.

Both Hathaway and Cranata will serve as QDMA interns from January 1 through June 30, 2019. Future internship opportunities with QDMA will be posted on the Employment Page.