Yolo RCD is looking for a Grizzly Corps Fellow!
GrizzlyCorps is an AmeriCorps program that sends recent college graduates into rural communities across California to promote regenerative agri-food systems and fire and forest resiliency. Fellows are placed at partner sites for 11 months to implement capacity building-projects and contribute to the impact of their work. GrizzlyCorps members join a cohort of 35 full-time fellows and receive a wide range of professional development opportunities and trainings.
Yolo County Resource Conservation District is looking to hire a Grizzly Corps Habitat Restoration Fellow that would work with RCD staff to install and maintain restoration sites for pollinator and wildlife habitat. This community oriented position would preform hands-on site preparation tasks as well as work with our partners on volunteer planting days and an outdoor education program for high school students. The Fellow will serve as a mentor for high school students teaching and learning about on farm climate beneficial practices that sequester carbon while providing habitat.
Read more about this exciting position, here. Interested applicants must apply at grizzlycorps.org/fellows.