We are looking for independent and self-motivated volunteers to work to build partnerships, track information in GIS, organize media campaigns, and much more. Read more about current volunteer opportunities below!
Reach out to and build relationships with other like-minded organizations, community groups, and affected residents. Track the progress of DNR timber sales including auction dates, road construction, and timber harvest schedules.
Prefer 5-10 hours/week minimum. Work from home/set your own schedule.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of and interest in existing and emerging communications technologies and social media platforms
Ability to work collaboratively and form strong working partnerships with local residents and other organizations
Dedication to forest conservation
Manage GIS data including forest inventory data, spotted owl, murrelet, and other ecological data, and data related to proposed timber sales. Update spatial data on a regular basis by submitting public disclosure requests to DNR, and work to help identify high priority conservation areas.
In-depth knowledge of ArcGIS and Spatial Analyst tools
Interest in forestry and conservation
Survey Team Leader
Organize and lead field surveys of proposed timber sales.
Read more about this opportunity here.
Work with other organizations to organize protests and boycotts against companies that are contracting with DNR to log older forests.
Track the progress of active timber sales and update the website on a weekly basis with information on public comment deadlines, auction dates, and logging activities.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com