2019 CITIZEN SCIENCE AND RESTORATION TRIPS
Do you want to visit the Gifford Pinchot National Forest on a mission? There are a variety of survey needs that can be tackled independently by citizen stewards. You can head out for a survey trip with friends or family or tie it into a weekend camping trip. The projects this year that can benefit from independent volunteers include beaver habitat surveys and pika surveys. You’ll need a little training and information to get started, so get in touch and fill out the trip signup form (be sure to indicate that you’d like to learn more about the independent volunteer trips).
In addition, we are looking for a group of individuals who would like to be one of our four wildlife camera survey teams. Ideally, this is a group of four to six people that are interested in heading out to the forest every two weeks for wildlife camera surveys throughout the summer and fall. Generally, two to three people would go on each trip, and due to schedules, it is good to have a larger group on-board for the effort. Let us know if you have a team in mind and ready to go and we’ll set up a time to meet.
Are you interested in learning how the office is run at an environmental nonprofit? Look no further — We need computer-savvy individuals to help with data entry, Salesforce assistance, and other office maintenance. Have some IT expertise to share? We’d love to talk to you! This is a great learning (or teaching) opportunity for passionate environmentalists!
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