Placemaking Application deadline!

Do you see the street intersection paintings around town, benches made of earth, or food forests? Applications are live if you want our help to install these projects for 2019.  If you have questions and interest to do placemaking projects in your community or if you want to learn about how to...

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FREE Edible Landscape Workshop

This workshop will give you the tools for thoughtfully incorporating edible plants into your landscape – from annual veggies and herbs to perennial berries and fruit trees. We’ll discuss design tips, ways to build fertile soil, conserving water, native plants that feature edible fruit and nuts,...

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FREE Naturescaping Basics Workshop

This workshop will give you the knowledge to plan your landscape so that it is beautiful, easy to maintain, and beneficial to our local ecosystem. Plus, you will take home a free comprehensive workbook to get you started on your own Naturescape! Pre-register today to reserve your spot....

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Lead Educator

The Lead Educator is the face of ECO. They provide the key connection to our schools and outdoor sites. The Lead Educator creates the educational setting and ambiance that helps students meaningfully engage with nature. They understand our program’s parameters and specifics, from curriculum...

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Interns: Oregon Zoo ZAP Program

Check out these details for a paid internship at the Oregon Zoo. The ZAP program, Zoo Animal Presenters, is a three year internship for teens ages 15-16 with a focus on recruiting teens of color and low income teens. Their first year, the teens provide live animal presentations all over the...

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FREE Beneficial Insects Workshop

Meet the beetles, bugs, flies, lacewings and other invertebrates that provide free pest control. You will discover ways to attract and sustain these friendly beneficial insects that help your garden thrive. Pre-register at http://emswcd.org/workshops-and-events/upcoming-workshops/ or call...

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WEBINAR: Innovation in Plastics – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Plastic has been an invention that has been seen until recent years as the perfect material for product packaging. However, its strengths are also its weakness. Businesses are increasingly looking at plastic reduction, closing the loop and finding more sustainable and less impactful substitutes....

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Volunteer: Friends of RNWR Seeking Board Members

The Friends of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is a non-profit dedicated to promoting educational and cultural programs of the Ridgefield NWR, and protecting and enhancing its wildlife habitat. We are currently seeking candidates to serve on our board of directors. We are recruiting...

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Job: Volunteer & Community Engagement Manager

The Mount St. Helens Institute seeks a Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager who is responsible for the development and management of volunteer and community engagement opportunities that connect diverse individuals in our neighboring communities to Mount St. Helens.  Integral to all aspects...

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FREE Attracting Pollinators to the Urban Garden Workshop

In this workshop you will learn about the different kinds of pollinators that might be living in your garden, such as flies, beetles, moths, butterflies, and honey bees (of course!). You will also discover plants that attract and provide habitat for them and consider additional ways to provide...

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WEEC 2019

Abstract proposals and registration are now open for the 10th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC). Take advantage of the special early bird fee, until December 31st.  Do not miss this opportunity to be part of the world’s largest environmental education network and meet other...

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