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19 Oct 2021

Public Lands Fellow – California Wilderness Coalition

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CalWild works to protect and restore the Golden State’s wildest remaining lands and waters for the benefit of present and future generations.

Currently, CalWild is seeking a Riverside County Public Lands Fellow to lead its conservation efforts in Riverside County and other key regions. This position is a two-year Wyss Fellowship. The position is a full-time, salaried CalWild employee (40 hours per week with some evening and weekend work) based in Riverside County, but working remotely. Significant travel, primarily within the region, will be required, up to 50% time. CalWild staff, consultants, and volunteers all work remotely and are located throughout the state.

Position Overview
CalWild’s Riverside County Public Lands Fellow will focus primarily upon building support among key stakeholders and the general public for the Riverside County Public Lands Campaign in Riverside County. This Campaign is a public lands protection effort that includes a proposed national monument. The Fellow will also assist public lands protection initiatives in eastern San Diego County, the Amargosa River watershed, Bodie Hills, and elsewhere in the state on an as-needed basis and as capacity allows.

Download job description here.

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