Hubbard Brook Research Foundation Position Announcement

Young Voices of Science Curriculum Specialist
Hubbard Brook Research Foundation (HBRF)
Status: Part-time, hourly
Salary: $19 to $24 per hour, based on experience.
Location: Remote, online ~2 days per week , flexible work hours throughout the week
Regular Schedule: ~16 hours per week, Monday – Friday. August to December 2024 (with possibility for additional follow up work after the designated time frame)
Reports To: YVoS Manager with support from the YVoS Specialist and Executive Director

Farm to School Gardens Grants Due May 3, 2024

The New Hampshire Department of Education (NHED) will issue competitive grants to Eligible NH School Food Authorities (SFA) and Reporting Authorities (RA) for financing the implementation and/or expansion of school gardens and increased Farm to School efforts. Responses to this request for applications received by the deadline will be scored by independent peer reviewers.

April Camp Counselor

April 15-19 and/or April 22-26, 2024, 8:00am-3pm

New Hampshire Environmental Educators announce the 2024 Environmental Educator of the Year

New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE) is proud to announce Chris Marks as the recipient of the 2024 Environmental Educator of the Year award for his extraordinary contributions to environmental education in New Hampshire.

Middle School Sustainability and Action Summit April 17, 2024


Put on by Local Youth Climate Leaders and Teachers in Collaboration with NH Environmental Educators (NHEE), NH Energy Education Program (NHEEP), Seacoast Students for Sustainability (SS4S), Squam Lakes Natural Science Center (SLNSC) and the Squam Lakes Connected Learning Ecosystem.

Seasonal Conservation Easement Steward

Seasonal Conservation Easement Steward
The non-profit Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests seeks a self-motivated seasonal conservation easement steward. The steward will provide technical and administrative support to five professionals in the Easement Stewardship Department in their ongoing stewardship of our 780 conservation easements and deed restrictions. The seasonal steward will assist in monitoring conservation easements and updating records and files, including work on special projects.

The successful candidate will:

Reservation Stewardship Field Technician (Seasonal)

The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (Forest Society) is seeking a summer field technician for its Reservation Stewardship Department. This full-time, temporary (12 wk) position provides field support for the Forest Society’s Reservation Stewardship department during the busy summer field season. Work is primarily outdoors, and includes regular monitoring and stewardship tasks (trail work, signage installation, property clean up, monitoring of encroachments) on Forest Society reservations, as well as basic visitor outreach.

Summer Forestry Technician

Founded in 1901, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (The Forest Society) is one of the nation’s oldest, largest, and most successful state-based land conservation and forestry organizations. A full-time staff of 40 administers programs in land protection, conservation education, environmental advocacy, and sustainable forest resource management. Reservation Stewardship staff currently oversees the management of 195 properties totaling over 60,000 acres, located in 105 NH communities.

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