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We are seeking a permanent, three-quarter time Research Scientist to work as part of the Estuary Partnership's Science Team. The Research Scientist will collect and analyze field data and help manage subcontractors in support of the Estuary Partnership's Ecosystem Monitoring and Action Effectiveness Monitoring Programs. Work entails leading data collection, analysis, and reporting; developing data collection protocols; designing monitoring and research projects; and working with subcontractors. The successful candidate will thrive in a team environment, have strong communication skills, be comfortable with a diverse project portfolio, and have a broad background based in natural resources.
Feb 25, 2017 - 9:00am
Join us as we plant trees to benefit wildlife habitat at La Center Bottoms wetlands. Get outdoors, have fun, and make a difference while exploring Breeze Creek and the East Fork Lewis River. We recently completed a habitat restoration project to reconnect the wetlands to the river - read more about that project here and here. With help from volunteers like you, the area will soon be prime habitat for salmonids.
Mar 4, 2017 - 9:00am
Join us while we make a difference at Vancouver Lake Regional Park - one of Clark Counties "hidden gems." Volunteers will help plant native trees and shrubs to benefit the local habitat along a newly constructed trail along the lake. If the day is clear, you'll be treated to views of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood, and Mt. Adams!All ages and abilities welcome! Fun for groups, families, and individuals. Pre-registration is required - register online now. This volunteer opportunity is a part of "Experience Vancouver Lake."
Mar 11, 2017 - 9:00am
Join us as we plant trees to enhance habitat and benefit fish and wildlife in the La Center Bottoms wetlands. Get outdoors, have fun, and make a difference while exploring Breeze Creek and the East Fork Lewis River. We recently completed a habitat restoration project to reconnect the wetlands to the river - read more about that project here and here.