Fisheries Research AmeriCorps Member-California

California Sea Grant
Windsor, California
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$1,905/month + 1 time $5,920 education bonus
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The Russian River Salmon and Steelhead Monitoring Program is a Watershed Stewards Program (AmeriCorps) placement site that conducts cutting edge salmon and steelhead monitoring studies on the Russian River in Northern California. Our monitoring entails snorkeling, electro-fishing, trapping, handling fish, environmental surveys, hiking, climbing, bush-whacking and conducting reconnaissance surveys on 70+ streams throughout the Russian River watershed in beautiful Sonoma and Mendocino counties. We are looking for one enthusiastic member for this upcoming season starting in October! Our website:
-At least 21 years old (current CCC Corpsmembers may be at least 18 years old) -High school diploma -U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident Alien -Possess or be willing to obtain a California Driver’s License with a clean driving record (no more than 2 points) -25 credits of college-level science OR six months of relevant experience in fisheries/habitat restoration, invasive removal, or instream structure installation. May consider related experience. -Interest and experience in natural resources management and environmental education Willingness to relocate to Sonoma County.
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Greg Poulton
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