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We are currently seeking two Environmental Education Interns to work with and learn alongside our Education Team this summer. Interns will have the opportunity to teach ecology to people of all ages, and to lead paddle trips aboard one of our Big Canoes (though no paddling experience is necessary). We encourage and prioritize applications from individuals who come from communities of color, Indigenous communities, and low-income communities. 
We are currently accepting applications for a short-term field technician to join our Science Team this summer. The Field Technician will support our monitoring programs with data collection and other activities, and is a great opportunity for someone pursuing a career in natural resource conservation. Applications are due Friday, March 29 at 4pm. View the full position description, and apply online.
The Estuary Partnership is accepting proposals for habitat restoration projects in the lower Columbia River designed to improve the access and quality of rearing and refuge habitat for juvenile Pacific salmonds. Applications for this round are due on April 19, 2019. See our habitat restoration project funding page for details.