From http://www.tcrcd.net/index.php/news/job-announcements Vacancy Announcement: Conservation Technician I/II – Revegetation
Tom has worked with conservation districts since 1992, managing district operations and providing statewide help on governance, technology, and accountability issues. He has been a board director of a state association of conservation districts and the president of a statewide employee's association. Tom is the General Manager for the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.
From the Pierce Conservation District (Washington State) website: Nature & Purpose of the Position The position of Crop Farm Specialist exists to assist both organic and conventional crop farm owners and operators in Pierce County in planning and applying natural resource conservation practices using State Natural Resource Conservation […]
From the Tahoe RCD website: District Manager: Full time position available for District Manager. $84,689 – $99,198 per year.
From the IERCD website: Field Ecologist The Field Ecologist reports to and serves under the direct supervision of the District Manager and is responsible for assisting with habitat restoration tasks including maintenance and monitoring of IERCD mitigation and conservation easement sites. Habitat restoration tasks include invasive plant removal, […]
The National Conservation Planning Partnership is excited to introduce a new peer-to-peer web conference series to support conservation planning staff and partners. Developed as part of a national priority to reinvigorate conservation planning, the interactive workshops will help to ensure that our field staff are fully engaged and […]
If you didn’t already know, the National Conservation District Employees Association mission statement is: “To strengthen conservation district employee professional capacity and influence national conservation policy by providing leadership and proficiency.”
In my work managing a soil and water conservation district and representing the Pacific Region of NCDEA, I get a lot of time behind the wheel of my car. That is thinking time, and most recently, I’ve been thinking about how we engage our customers.
From NACD: People across the nation are working together to ensure communities have access to fresh and local produce. The next NACD Urban and Community Conservation webinar, scheduled for 12:00 noon-1:00pm Eastern time on July 20, 2017, will look at two efforts in “Creating Healthier Communities” through access […]