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Current Job Openings

Field manager, Flying Feather Orchards
Duties include working outside with farm crews, monitor tree and crop care activities. Operate some machinery such as mid-sized tractors and hand-held tools (sprayers, weedeaters, welders, chainsaws). This is a management-training role intended for someone who enjoys working outdoors. I want to delegate oversight responsibilities to competent field managers. Past agriculture experience, Spanish-speaking abilities or experience in OSU's hazelnut breeding program strongly preferred. Located in Newberg, OR. Compensation is DOE. Please contact Michael at (503) 858-7865 or

Park Specialist 1 - Natural Area Operations, City of Eugene’s Parks and Open Space Division
The position is an entry level Park Specialist 1-2 position and would primarily work on the waterways resource team, managing urban waterways and other natural area parkland city-wide. The primary duties for this position are for the stewardship of the Parks & Open Space natural areas. Natural areas include Eugene's waterways, ridgeline, wetlands, and dispersed natural areas throughout the City. Performs a variety of maintenance, installation, and repair duties; operates a variety of equipment supporting natural area and open space operations; works independently or in a team situation. Salary Range $18.13 - $22.55 Hourly. Requisition #: 01637. For the full description and info, click HERE. Closes February 17.

The VMRC is seeking Student Technical Assistants (Undergrad).
The Vegetation Management Research Cooperative is looking to fill four Student Technical Assistant positions. The student technical assistants will help conduct forest inventories during the winter term. These positions need to be filled ASAP. Please see the following link for more information:

Forest Stewards Guild Internships: Summer 2016
The Forest Stewards Guild invites students at the college or graduate level to work on forest-related issues in New Mexico and Wisconsin. We are offering two paid 8-week summer internships and one unpaid 4-8 week internship. The two paid internships will be based out of our Santa Fe office, and the unpaid position will be based out of our Wisconsin office. Internships will be grounded in active projects. Staff will work to tailor the workload to the student’s interests and schedule. Previous interns have assisted Guild staff in a variety of projects including community forestry, national policy, ecological monitoring, and youth training initiatives. More info is HERE. Closes February 12.