Ariane Cauderlier at Giverny

Volunteer programme at Giverny

This is an announcement on behalf of Fondation Claude Monet:

From April 1st to November 1st, the Munn Volunteer Program offers students the opportunity to work alongside the gardening team at Giverny, Claude Monet’s Garden in France.

Photo of a basin with lush trees and a bridge in the background.
Photo: Ariane Cauderlier for Claude Monet Giverny Garden

The volunteers will be assisting with deadheading, weeding, planting, watering and other forms of garden maintenance. The internship lasts one month.

For more information, read the onepager from Giverny or contact:
Head of Munn Volunteer Program, Fondation Claude Monet janhuntley2@hotmail.com
(33) 682 514 292

Photo: Ariane Cauderlier for Claude Monet Giverny Garden

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