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Making an Impact
Our mission is to conserve the lands and waters of the Feather River region and steward their ecological, cultural, and educational values for current and future generations.
We’ve built a team of passionate and dedicated people who care deeply about this mission. We’re honored to do this good work and make an impact that lasts forever. From our leadership to our interns, our field crew to our office staff, every team member has unique skills that are important to achieving our shared goals.
Conservation Easement Program Manager
We are seeking a dedicated natural resources professional to lead FRLT’s Conservation Easement Stewardship Program. This position is responsible for maintaining professional working relationships with landowner-partners and stewarding FRLT’s conservation easements in compliance with organizational policy. This role will include mapping and managing the organization’s GIS data, and assisting in land acquisition projects, including creating Baseline Documentation Reports. The Conservation Easement Program Manager position reports to the Conservation Director and includes a combination of office work, field work, and travel throughout the Feather River Watershed. Position open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Don’t wait to apply!
Please see the full job description for more details and how to apply.
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Our team is small but ambitious and we all wear a few different hats. If you don’t see any jobs listed that match your experience, but you are passionate about conservation and believe you would add value to our team, contact us to tell us more about yourself and we’ll let you know when opportunities arise.
Conserving & Caring for Land Forever
We believe in future generations and their right to experience and benefit from the magnificent lands and waters of the Feather River region.
Water for all
We believe in conserving the headwater lands of the Feather River for wildlife and people, both residents and 27 million people downstream.
We believe in locally-based conservation and stewardship of land. We work with local communities to identify and protect the lands they love; we respect the wishes of the communities we serve.
Connecting People to Land
Love of place
We believe not only in conserving and restoring land, but also in conserving and restoring people’s relationship to land.
Good for people & land
We believe relationship to land can nurture people and the land alike—enhancing community health, building a land stewardship ethic, and ensuring the long-term success of conservation.
We believe that working forests, farms, and ranches—and the people who steward them—play an important role in conserving biodiversity and climate resilient landscapes.
Community & Inclusion
We believe our work is only sustainable if it touches and benefits our whole community.
Building our community
We believe together we can shape the future of the Feather River region. We build our community by collaborating with partners, paying property taxes, and doing business locally.
We operate in a cooperative, non-litigious, apolitical manner.
More ways to get involved
If you care about our mission and want to be part of it, there are other ways to get involved and support our work.