Intern Class of 2019: Caroline Gold

Caroline studied Anthropology and Biology at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas and Anthropology at The University of Edinburgh in Scotland. After graduating, she worked as an archaeologist with the National Park Service in Arizona before moving out East.

Caroline’s biggest project at The Land Conservancy has been the Open Space and Recreation Plan Update for West Orange, New Jersey. While the West Orange update has been her main focus, she assisted with a range of projects including grant applications, presentations, and open space tours for a variety of municipalities across the state.

“I chose to intern here because of my passion for open space and preserving land for the future. I also wanted to diversify my experience by working in the planning division of National Land Trust,” said Caroline. “After leaving The Land Conservancy, I will begin working the National Forest Service in the Allegheny National Forest.”