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multiple jobs at Institute for Applied Ecology
Institute for Applied Ecology
habitat restoration technician
conservation research paid equity internship
northern Arizona seed collection technician
northern Arizona seed collection crew lead
Link: https://appliedeco.org/get-involved/jobs/
Native Plants Program Manager
Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
Please see the website for job description.
Link: https://www.oxbow.org/get-involved/employment-opportunities/
Conservation Specialist – Land Protection
Colorado West Land Trust
Colorado West Land Trust is hiring a full-time Conservation Specialist to join our growing Conservation Team. The Conservation Specialist will focus on completing important land protection projects across the region and will also assist with conservation easement monitoring and stewardship. This position will work closely with landowners and service providers and must be able to build and maintain friendly relationships, and professional and courteous communications with a diverse variety of constituents and stakeholders. S/he must be able to manage multiple priorities while meeting deadlines, be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, and be willing and able to speak in public. Experience the beauty of Western Colorado’s diverse landscapes, the hospitality of our unique communities, and the comradery of colleagues who love what they do and where they work.

See the full job description for required skills, education, and experience: Conservation Specialist Job Description

Interested candidates can submit their cover letter and resume to Allison Rehor allison@cowestlandtrust.org. No phone calls please. The application period is 1/7/2022-2/6/2022. Early April start date, flexible upon needs.
Link: https://cowestlandtrust.org/careers/
BIOLOGIST – STUDENT CONTRACTOR
US Geological Survey
Background:
The Restoration Assessment and Monitoring Program for the Southwest (RAMPS) is a program of the USGS Southwest Biological Science Center in Flagstaff, AZ (www.usgs.gov/sbsc/ramps). RAMPS conducts research at a regional to national scale on issues related to land management, land degradation, and ecological restoration of dryland ecosystems. We are looking for a new team member who will support multiple research projects that address restoration ecology and ecosystem recovery from disturbance.

Position Summary:
The position is mostly office-based (90%) with potential for occasional field work (10%). The first task will include 1) performing a literature review of restoration studies focusing on the decision-making process for selecting plant materials for restoration; 2) combing existing databases on restoration outcomes and resources therein; 3) conducting interviews with land managers to obtain information on restoration projects and their outcomes; and 4) synthesizing this information using analytical techniques. A second task will include utilizing a formal, quantitative meta-analysis to synthesize current knowledge about the germination, seedling growth and survival requirements for high-priority restoration plant species in the southwestern US. Occasional field work will include helping our field crew and scientists install and monitor plant and soil experiments this summer on an as-needed basis. Other tasks assigned as needed.

Minimum Qualifications:
*B.S. in biology, ecology, environmental science, or related field
*Experience writing or contributing to scientific papers, including literature reviews
*Good communication skills & attention to detail
*Recent graduate (< 2 years from graduation)
*Fieldwork experience with soils and vegetation

Please contact Molly McCormick for full job description.
Email: mmccormick@usgs.gov
Native Plant Technician
Borderlands Restoration Network

​Borderlands Restoration Network (BRN) is seeking a full-time Native Plant Technician to join our Native Plant Program team with a potential target start date in early March 2022. The BRN Native Plant Program works to promote and protect biodiversity and ecosystems in the Sky Islands by providing access to restoration-quality native plant materials. The position will be involved in all aspects of the native plant program practices including native seed collection and curation, plant propagation and establishment, assisting with retail sales, monitoring, and working across program areas within our organization.
Link: https://www.borderlandsrestoration.org/job-opportunities.html
Seed Collection Assistant Crew Leader
Walker Basin Conservancy
The Native Seed Assistant Crew Leader will help to identify and monitor wildland sources of native seed around western Nevada, harvest and store seed, document collection information, and occasionally propagate plants in the native plant nursery for use in native plant re-vegetation. This position is expected to spend a significant amount of time in the field. The Assistant Crew Leader will assist the Stewardship Lead Technician, the Nursery Lead Technician, and the Nursery Manager with the day-to day leadership of three AmeriCorps members on the seed collection and nursery team, including sharing responsibility for training, safety, project performance, recordkeeping, and leading a small team in seed collection operations. The Assistant Crew Leader is occasionally expected to camp out in remote locations for up to 4 days at a time with a Lead Technician and/or other members of the seed collection team.
Link: https://www.walkerbasin.org/join-our-team
Program Coordinator - Plant Materials Development
Irvine Ranch Conservancy
Depending on the season and the needs of the program, the Program Coordinator will assist with the daily operation of IRC’s native seed farm, which could be seeding and planting, weed management, seed harvesting, seed processing, or site maintenance. The Program Coordinator will also collect seeds from the wild, coordinate work crews, and assist with nursery propagation and maintenance. The Program Coordinator will work independently under general direction and as part of a team.
Link: http://www.irconservancy.org/program-coordinator-ii-plant-materials-development.html
Program Coordinator (Volunteers) - Plant Materials Development
Irvine Ranch Conservancy
Depending on the season and the needs of the program, the Program Coordinator will lead teams of trained and experienced volunteers at IRC’s native seed farm and nurseries, plan and coordinate the work of volunteers working independently, and conduct regular training for volunteers new to the program. The Program Coordinator will also lead regular public work days, where they will use interpretation to help volunteers and the public understand ecological concepts related to conservation, ecological restoration, and plant science. When not working with volunteers or the public, the Program Coordinator will work independently, or will coordinate work crews. Weekend work will be required for this position, as well as occasional evening work.
Link: http://www.irconservancy.org/program-coordinator-ii-plant-materials-development-volunteers.html
Innovative Restoration Technician
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy is hiring two 7 or 8-month seasonal Innovative Restoration Technicians to be based in Burns, Oregon, starting in late March. These positions conduct laboratory and field work to help our Innovative Restoration team develop new tools and ideas aimed at improving vegetation restoration across the sagebrush steppe ecosystems of the western United States. Application deadline is by Feb 4th at 8:59 PM PST.
Link: https://careers.nature.org/psp/tnccareers/APPLICANT/APPL/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=50829&PostingSeq=1
Population geneticist
Southwest Biological Science Center
The Genetics for Western Restoration and Conservation research group (https://www.usgs.gov/sbsc/gwrc) at the U.S. Geological Survey Southwest Biological Science Center in Flagstaff, AZ is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to assist with population genetic, landscape genetic, and potentially field-based restoration research projects. The projects involve plant species that are commonly used for restoration across the Intermountain West. Research questions revolve around recent and historical demographic trends, population structure/phylogeography, inferences of putative adaptation to regional environmental gradients, taxonomy, climatic factors influencing restoration success, etc. Many of the data are in hand and the candidate will immediately contribute to all stages of project development/execution. The candidate will predominantly work in an office setting, but some field work may be possible. This position is open to U.S. citizens and is funded for 12 months – extensions are likely but depend upon future funding. The pay rate will be consistent with a GS-11 Ecologist ($31.83/hour) and the position is eligible for benefits. The candidate must pass a federal background check, a pre-employment physical, and have a clean driving record. Please contact Rob Massatti for more information (rmassatti@usgs.gov).
Link: https://www.usgs.gov/sbsc/gwrc
Native Seed Production Farm Manager
River Partners/Heritage Growers
The Native Seed Production Farm Manager works with the General Manager and Directors of Operations and Science to collect and amplify native seeds to support multi-million dollar and multi-year river restoration projects across California. The Farm Manager will be responsible to farm native grasses and forbs, optimizing seed production and harvest, and work with River Partners to manage wild collections of desirable native seeds. This is a dedicated, hands-on position requiring both physical implementation of farming practices as well as overall management of farming operations. It includes the daily management of up to 3 employees and oversight of periodic farm labor crews. Some travel is required.


Link: http://riverpartners.org
Native Seed Production Assistant Farm Manager
River Partners/Heritage Growers
The Native Seed Production Assistant Farm Manager works with the Farm Manager to grow and amplify native seeds to support multi‐million dollar and multi‐year river restoration projects across California. The Asst. Farm Manager will be responsible to help farm native grasses and forbs, optimizing seed production and harvest. This is a dedicated, hands‐on position requiring both physical implementation of farming practices as well as management of farming operations.
Link: http://riverpartners.org
Native Plant Greenhouse Production Staff
Great Bear Native Plants, LLC
We're looking for a full-time (35-40 hr) staff member to join our production and shipping team. This team is the backbone of Great Bear and is involved in everything plant-related: from sowing seeds and thinning starts in the greenhouses to maintaining plants in the shade houses, and finally preparing plants for delivery and shipping.
Link: https://www.greatbearnativeplants.com/careers
Ecological Horticulture Internships
Norcross Wildlife Foundation
Internships are available in the Applied Ecology department at Norcross Wildlife Foundation (NWF) for the 2022 growing season. Interns will aid in plant identification and botanical inventories, propagation, landscape design and planting, maintenance, invasive removal, habitat restoration, and all other duties related to ecological horticulture. In addition to the work at NWF, interns will have the ability to attend lectures/programs, go on field trips, and design and complete an intern project. Interns are provided with housing on-site and a stipend paid bi-weekly.
Link: https://www.norcrosswildlife.org/2022-internships/
Cultural Plants Coordinator/Planner
Navajo Natural Heritage Program/Department of Fish and Wildlife
The Cultural Plants Coordinator/Planner will develop the community outreach and cultural use of plants aspect of the Dine Native Plants Program, a new initiative under the Navajo Natural Heritage Program. The primary responsibility of this position is to attend planning meetings and monthly chapterhouse meetings at chapters where DNPP has proposed ecological restoration activities. They will present to communities about proposed DNPP activities, obtain preliminary feedback and assist DNPP to prioritize which projects should occur first based on community needs and concerns. Hold public scoping meetings for chapters occurring within the priority project areas to get community feedback on restoration plans developed by DNPP. They will also develop a network of Traditional Practitioners willing to: 1) lead community workshops about traditional uses of native plants. 2) Provide a traditional perspective to the DNPP about best practices for collecting and growing culturally-important plants for restoration and community use which incorporate traditional beliefs and methods.

Minimum qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Community Planning, Architecture, Engineering, Sociology, Geography, Economics, Political Science, or a closely related field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Plus a minimum of two (2) years responsible experience in community planning and outreach.

Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Proficient Navajo language skills. Knowledge and familiarity with Dine traditional beliefs and an interest in culturally-important plants. Ability to work independently or in teams to accomplish tasks. Skill in communicating effectively in oral and written form to the public, in both English and Navajo, to Navajo governmental organizations, the scientific community, and other regional plant programs.
Link: http://www.dpm.navajo-nsn.gov/jobs.html
Watershed Restoration Internship
North Fork John Day Watershed Council
The Watershed Restoration Intern will work closely with NFJDWC staff assisting with project implementation, maintenance, and monitoring. The successful applicant will work with the Council’s Executive Director and Restoration Project Manager (RPMs). Clear communication and an ability to work independently and as part of a team are integral to the position. Projects may include communication with numerous conservation partners including private landowners, business owners, community members and organizations, Tribes, contractors, coworkers, NFJDWC Board members, and more.

The position duties consist of mostly outdoor activities and require the ability to work long hours moving around in the field. Outdoor activities will include navigating work sites in remote locations with potentially thick brush and steep and uneven terrain, moving across rocks, rocky stream banks, slick and uneven stream beds and downed logs. The position duties will require the ability to bend, stoop, and lift 35 pounds. Occasionally, the position may call for lifting up to 50 pounds as a non-essential function.

Long Creek, OR is located near a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities such as whitewater rafting/kayaking, paddleboarding, mountain biking/hiking/backpacking trails, and the pristine North Fork John Day wilderness area. This position also provides opportunities to network and gain experience working with other natural resource professionals.

Summary of Position Responsibilities
• Assist RPMs with active restoration and monitoring projects including:
1. Riparian plantings and irrigation
2. Seed collection
3. Fence building and repairs
4. Temperature/stream flow monitoring
5. Project site maintenance
6. Data collection such as vegetation surveys, etc.
• Assist with project development and grant writing
• Fill out bi-monthly timesheets and expense reimbursements
• Participate in weekly staff meetings
• Other duties as Assigned

Link: https://www.nfjdwc.org/open-positions
Project Manager
South Fork John Day Watershed Council
SFJDWC seeks to hire a self-motivated and highly capable person to identify, plan and implement watershed restoration and educational programs within the South Fork John Day Watershed. The project manager will be responsible for working cooperatively with partners to develop new and help complete ongoing restoration projects.
The position requires an individual who is self-motivated, action oriented, and works well with diverse personalities. Competitive candidates for this position will need to demonstrate strong project management skills and technical abilities related to restoration, hydrology, ecology, working agriculture, community engagement, education and partnership-building. The successful applicant will work with SFJDWC staff and stakeholders to secure additional funding for project activities and to cover core operational costs to sustain the program in future years. The Project Manager will be expected to manage projects from conception to completion and be a leader in working on project-oriented habitat restoration and conservation.
Link: http://www.southforkjohnday.com/announcements.html
Seed Program Manager
Wild Seed Project
Wild Seed Project is hiring a Seed Program Manager to lead our native seed collection, processing, and growing program. The Seed Program Manager will work closely with our Founder in their first year to learn our seed program and then will take on full management of our seed-based work. Central to the role will be the development of our new Seed Farm and Nursery, which the Seed Program Manager will help design and then manage ongoing.

Seed Collection, Processing, and Growing:
The Seed Program Manager will lead all aspects of our seed collection, processing, and growing at our new seed nursery: coordinating the collection and processing of seeds, daily and seasonal work involved in the care of our seed-stock plants, growing-on containerized plants, and managing seed sowing practices and seed trials. The Seed Program Manager will also be responsible for developing and maintaining a database of seed collection details like seed plant locations, collection dates, and other relevant data. The Seed Program Manager will be expected to maintain a current understanding of the native plant world, keeping abreast of what our peers and partners across the country are doing and the models they are implementing.

Seed Nursery Development and Management:
Wild Seed Project is partnering with a local organization to set up our first-ever seed nursery! Assisting the WSP founder with the design and set-up of this nursery (including fencing, greenhouse, growing beds, refrigeration for seed storage, etc.) will be the initial focus of the Seed Program Manager’s job. Ongoing, the Seed Program Manager will lead the daily horticultural operations of the nursery (see above).

Seed and Plant Sale Support:
Wild Seed Project operates an active online store that distributes over 13,000 packets of wild-type native seeds each year. A key responsibility of the Seed Program Manager will be to ensure there is adequate inventory to supply demand. Full description will be posted 1/13 pm.

Link: https://wildseedproject.net/employment/
Native Plant Propagation & Horticulture Internship
Native Plant Trust
Native Plant Trust is the nation’s first plant conservation organization and the only one solely focused on New England’s native plants. We save native plants in the wild, grow them for gardens and restorations, and educate others on their value and use. Nasami Farm, our native plant nursery, produces plants for habitat restoration, wildlife landscapes, garden displays, and sale to the public at both the nursery and our 45-acre native plant botanic garden, Garden in the Woods, in Framingham, MA. Please visit www.NativePlantTrust.org.
Interns gain hands-on experience identifying, propagating, and cultivating New England native plants in a nursery setting. As part of this experience, interns assist in many facets of nursery operations, including propagation of numerous species, retail plant sales, seed collection and processing, record keeping, and public information duties. This is an opportunity to gain valuable skills by learning from staff, coordinating volunteers, leading projects, and participating in the development of an expanding nursery. Interns will complete a special project of their interest, participate in educational activities, network with professionals, and attend field trips. Provides entry into both native plant studies and nursery management.

Interns are covered by worker’s compensation and receive paid sick time per Massachusetts law. Native Plant Trust does not provide health insurance or vacation benefits to seasonal interns. Proof of vaccination and booster for COVID 19 are required. Benefits include a wide range of optional education classes and field trips through Native Plant Trust's extensive education program and with organizations that share our mission.
Candidates should possess some botanical understanding, familiarity with horticultural practices, an interest in native plants of the Northeast, excellent communication skills, and a strong desire to learn.

Native Plant Trust is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity.
Link: https://www.nativeplanttrust.org/about/jobs-internships/
Crew Leader (Botany Emphasis)
Conservation Corps New Mexico
The crew leader will supervise two crew members for the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Rare Plant Monitoring Initiative, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. More information about New Mexico’s rare plants, can be found here. The crew will consist of three individuals: one crew leader and two crew members. Together, the crew will monitor rare plants in remote areas on BLM lands across NM, particularly in areas where multiple-use land management (i.e. energy extraction) impacts on rare plants are expected. Due to the inevitable proximity of monitoring plots to well pads and industrial equipment, safety is a prerequisite and will guide how fieldwork is conducted. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight for 2-7 consecutive nights, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3097
Crew Member (Botany Emphasis)
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Crew members will work with a crew leader for the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Rare Plant Monitoring Initiative, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. More information about New Mexico’s rare plants, can be found here. The crew will consist of three individuals: two crew members and one crew leader. Together, the crew will monitor rare plants in remote areas on BLM lands across NM, particularly in areas where multiple-use land management (i.e. energy extraction) impacts rare plants are expected. Due to the inevitable proximity of monitoring plots to well pads and industrial equipment, safety is a prerequisite and will guide how fieldwork is conducted. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight for 2-7 consecutive days, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3098
Crew Leader: New Mexico Seeds of Success
Conservation Corps New Mexico
The crew leader will supervise two crew members for a Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Seeds of Success (SOS) team, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. The crew will be based out of the BLM Carlsbad field office. The crew will collect seeds from native species in remote areas on BLM Land and on occasion State, Private, and Public Lands across NM, following SOS protocols.. The crew will collaborate with regional crews to make seed collections. The crew leader will be trained in planning techniques for a successful field season. Subsequently, the crew leader will help train the crew members and will contribute to a regional seed collection training. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. This position requires significant driving relative to other types of field work. Crew leaders must be prepared for long days driving and scouting from a truck. Safety is a pre-requisite, particularly where industry development (energy extraction, e.g. Natural gas) is occurring and during hunting season, and will guide how fieldwork is conducted. The crew leader will be responsible for adhering to check-out/check-in procedures and communications via cell phone or SPOT device to ensure crew safety.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3103
Crew Member: New Mexico Seeds of Success
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Crew members will work with the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Seeds of Success (SOS) team, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. Crews will be based out of the BLM Carlsbad field office. The crew will collect seeds from native species in remote areas on BLM Land and on occasion State, Private, and Public Lands across NM, following SOS protocols. The crew will collaborate with other regional crews to make seed collections. Crew members will receive training from the crew leader and will participate in a regional seed collection training with local botany experts. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. This position involves significant driving relative to other types of field work. Crew members must be prepared for long days driving and scouting from a truck. Safety is a prerequisite, particularly where industry development (energy extraction, e.g. Natural gas) is occurring and during hunting season, and will guide how fieldwork is conducted.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3105
Crew Leader: New Mexico Seeds of Success
Conservation Corps New Mexico
The crew leader will supervise two crew members for a Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Seeds of Success (SOS) team, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. The crew will be based out of the BLM New Mexico State Office in Santa Fe. The crew will collect seeds from native species in remote areas on BLM Land and on occasion State, Private, and Public Lands across NM, following SOS protocols. The crew will collaborate with regional crews to make seed collections. The crew leader will be trained in planning techniques for a successful field season. Subsequently, the crew leader will help train the crew members and will contribute to a regional seed collection training. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. This position requires significant driving relative to other types of field work. Crew leaders must be prepared for long days driving and scouting from a truck. Safety is a pre-requisite, particularly where industry development (energy extraction, e.g. Natural gas) is occurring and during hunting season, and will guide how fieldwork is conducted. The crew leader will be responsible for adhering to check-out/check-in procedures and communications via cell phone or SPOT device to ensure crew safety.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3102
Crew Member: New Mexico Seeds of Success
Conservation Corps New Mexico
Crew members will work with the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Seeds of Success (SOS) team, operated by Conservation Corps New Mexico. Crews will be based out of the BLM state office in Santa Fe, NM. The crew will collect seeds from native species in remote areas on BLM Land and on occasion State, Private, and Public Lands across NM, following SOS protocols. The crew will collaborate with other regional crews to make seed collections. Crew members will receive training from the crew leader and will participate in a regional seed collection training with local botany experts. Crews will be required to drive to different areas throughout New Mexico, camp overnight, potentially hike several miles a day, and return to the office for equipment and data management. This position involves significant driving relative to other types of field work. Crew members must be prepared for long days driving and scouting from a truck. Safety is a prerequisite, particularly where industry development (energy extraction, e.g. Natural gas) is occurring and during hunting season, and will guide how fieldwork is conducted.
Link: https://jobs.silkroad.com/ConservationLegacy/Careers/jobs/3104
Intern & Volunteer Coordinator
Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah
Are you passionate about outdoor recreation and natural areas conservation? Does working for a stewardship organization building & maintaining trails, restoring degraded ecosystems, and stewarding habitat for rare species entice you? If so, the Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah (Friends) invite you to grow with us as we look to hire our next Intern & Volunteer Coordinator.

Friends is an ally for equitable access to public resources and aspires to be an inclusive organization whose staff, volunteers, and membership are representative of the diversity in our community. We encourage applications from all groups of people. We recognize that the strength of the Friends is in our people, and we believe that every employee has the right to work in surroundings that are free from all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment. Friends does not and will not discriminate in employment and personnel practices, and our commitment to equal employment opportunity applies to every aspect of the employment relationship.

To apply:
Familiarize yourself with the Friends via our website www.bufordpark.org, update your resume to reflect your relevant experience and qualifications, prepare a cover letter, and email materials to info@bufordpark.org or send them via US mail to Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah, PO Box 5266,
Eugene, OR 97405. Friends is an AA/EOE employer.
Link: http://www.bufordpark.org
Trails Steward
Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah
Are you passionate about outdoor recreation and natural areas conservation? Would you consider yourself to be an outdoor junkie? Are you an action oriented, self starter who is looking for a position in natural areas management? Does working for a stewardship organization building & maintaining trails, curating interpretative & wayfinding materials, and nurturing a sense of place interest you? If so, the Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah (Friends) invite you to grow with us as we look to hire our next Trails Steward.

Friends is an ally for equitable access to public resources and aspires to be an inclusive organization whose staff, volunteers, and membership are representative of the diversity in our community. We encourage applications from all groups of people. We recognize that the strength of the Friends is in our people, and we believe that every employee has the right to work in surroundings that are free from all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment. Friends does not and will not discriminate in employment and personnel practices, and our commitment to equal employment opportunity applies to every aspect of the employment relationship.

To apply:
Familiarize yourself with the Friends via our website www.bufordpark.org, update your resume to reflect your relevant experience and qualifications, prepare a cover letter, and email materials to info@bufordpark.org or send them via US mail to Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah, PO Box 5266, Eugene, OR 97405. Friends is an AA/EOE employer.
Link: https://bufordpark.org
Plant/Restoration Ecologist
Boulder County Parks & Open Space
This position assists in managing activities related to native plant conservation, restoration, and public engagement on over 65,000 diverse acres of Parks and Open Space lands from the plains to sub-alpine.
Link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/boulder/jobs/3378854/plant-ecologist-resource-specialist?page=4&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Native Seed Farm Crew Member (Technician)
Center for Natural Lands Management
Reports to: Nursery Program Supervisor
Location: Thurston County, Washington
Type: Temporary/Seasonal Full-time; Non-exempt
Compensation: $15.50-$17.50 hourly – DOE; with benefits
Period: February 28 – July 29 with the strong possibility of extension based on need and funding
Positions to be filled: 6
Link: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/viewer.html?pdfurl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cnlm.org%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2022-Seed-Farm-Tech-Seasonal.pdf&clen=138251&chunk=true
Ecological Education Program Manager
Institute for Applied Ecology
The Institute for Applied Ecology (appliedeco.org) is hiring a full-time program manager to help lead efforts in our ecological education program, particularly the Sagebrush in Prisons project.
Link: https://appliedeco.org/get-involved/jobs/
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