Spring Stewardship Job Openings in NH

 
Published: Apr 18, 2017

The Lamprey River Watershed Association in Lee, NH is seeking a part-time (20-hrs) Executive Director to help them develop new programs to meet the challenges of sustaining a healthy watershed. LRWA is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting the conservation, restoration and wise use of the natural resources of the Lamprey River watershed. Learn more...

The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests in Concord, NH is seeking applicants for a full-time, temporary (1 year) Conservation Easement Steward. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in an appropriate field related to conservation or natural resources, 1 to 2 years’ experience in land conservation or a natural resources field, functional knowledge of GIS mapping and GPS data collection, and dedication to land conservation. Learn more...

The NH Audubon Massabesic Center in Auburn, NH is seeking an enthusiastic volunteer Garden Manager (4-5 hours/month) to manage the Community Garden. The Garden Manager (or co-managers) is the liaison between the Community Garden and the Massabesic Center staff. They will be in charge of relaying garden policies, encouraging a sense of community in the garden, facilitating communication among the garden group, and helping gardeners with organic gardening techniques. Learn more...

JUST ADDED... The Student Conservation Association New Hampshire Corps, based out of Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, NH, is seeking Conservation Stewards for May through October. SCA NH AmeriCorps Conservation Stewards are a diverse group of 18-25 year olds who arrive in New Hampshire from all over the country, ready to serve, learn, and have fun! Conservation Stewards team up with the 25 10-month SCA New Hampshire AmeriCorps members to build new trails, maintain existing trail networks, eradicate invasive plant species, restore and preserve historical structures, and maintaintain visitor facilities, such as pavilions and cabins throughout the state of New Hampshire. A typical field project or “hitch” will consist of collaborating as part of a 6-7 person crew for 11 days in the field.  Learn more...

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