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Panthertown friends hiring public engagement position

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Friends of Panthertown is hiring a part-time trails and stewardship assistant. 

Whoever fills the position will help with trail programs, education programs, sustainable trail management, volunteer engagement, public outreach and special conservation projects. They will be responsible for assisting with on-the-ground conservation efforts, maintaining and restoring trails, monitoring ecosystems, collaborating with stakeholders and leading programs focused on public land conservation, backcountry stewardship, sustainable recreation outdoor ethics and Leave No Trace principles.

The deadline to apply is April 15. Anyone interested should send a resume, cover letter and three references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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