Job Opportunities

2019 Land Trust Teen Conservation Crew

Are you a teenager looking for summer work? Are you conservation-minded and passionate about working in the outdoors? We have the job for you!

The Land Trust is once again hiring a crew of teens aged 14 and older to work on conservation lands this summer. The Land Trust Teen Conservation Crew provides a unique opportunity for students to earn money while performing valuable conservation work, such as invasive plant removal, property clean up, and other stewardship items on Island conservation lands during the 2019 summer season.

The crew will work for 6 weeks beginning June 24 and ending July 31. The specific dates are as follows (all Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday):

June 24/25/26 from 9:00am to 2:30pm

July 1/2/3 from 9:00am to 2:30pm

July 15/16/17 from 9:00am to 2:30pm

July 22/23/24 from 9:00am to 2:30pm

July 29/30/31 from 9:00am to 2:30pm

A commitment to work all days is highly preferred. Rate of pay for crew members will be $12/hr. Work is out-of-doors, regardless of weather conditions. Transportation to and from work sites and food for the day is the crew member’s responsibility.

Applicants need to fill out and submit the 2019 Conservation Crew Application by Monday, April 15. Questions can be directed to Andrew Fraser, Land Trust Stewardship Coordinator, (206) 842-1216.

If selected, crew members will be asked to attend a short after school or evening orientation session this spring to learn more about the crew and get to know each other.

Apply Today!

Walks on Bainbridge
by Dave and Alice Shorett

Discover 21 different walking routes on scenic Bainbridge Island, varying from one mile to round trips of 10 miles and more. Maps, specific directions, distances and descriptions for each walk allow walkers of all ages to enjoy the trails and backroads of the Island.

$13.95
All proceeds from the book benefit the Land Trust. Contact us to purchase.

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