American River Headwaters Restoration Crew Members
The American River Conservancy is seeking Crew Members to assist with a forest restoration project removing culverts, decommissioning logging roads and improving meadows and native fisheries at the headwaters of the Middle Fork American River. This project provides an excellent opportunity for independent college credit. A detailed job description and information online now.
Chili Bar Park Aide-position filled
ARC is seeking a Chili Bar Park Aide to Oversee the afternoon recreational use of Chili Bar Park. Monitor for safe whitewater boating access and use of the South Fork American River (a Class III-IV). Provide direction regarding parking and facility use to park users. Maintain landscaped area, interpretive kiosks, and sanitation facilities. Communicate issues, successes and suggestions on the efficient operation of Chili Bar Park. This position starts in May - June of 2016. A detailed job description and information on how to apply HERE.
We're always looking for volunteers who are willing to help in unpaid, but rewarding, positions. Whether you're in between jobs, retired, or just have some spare time, volunteering with the Conservancy is a great way to give back to the community where you live and to meet other like-minded people.
Volunteer positions cover a wide variety of skills, like office and phone assistance, trails maintenance, tree planting, water quality monitoring, writing press releases, Nature Camp counselors, Nature Center Docents, and trip and program leaders. Learn more about volunteering.