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ABOUT THE CENTER FOR NATURAL LANDS MANAGEMENT

The Center for Natural Lands Management (CNLM) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), organization, created in 1990, whose mission is the perpetual stewardship of lands that are natural open areas, sensitive species and their resident ecosystems. Current operations are in California and Washington.

Currently, seventy-five preserves, encompassing over 34,000 acres throughout California, are under the management of the Center, with new preserves added regularly. The preserves vary in size from three to thousands of acres and are managed under direct ownership, conservation easements, or management contracts.

In Washington, the South Puget Sound Program conserves one of the rarest ecosystems in the United States, the prairie and oak woodlands of Cascadia, especially those lands and habitats within the South Sound Region of Washington State. The Program protects and restores habitats and recovers rare species that are listed as candidates for federal listing in the South Sound Region.



CNLM is an equal opportunity employer


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS



Restoration Technician - South Puget Sound Program

Restoration Technician Position Description
Reports to: Thurston County Project Manager
Location: Olympia, Washington
Type: Hourly, no benefits, short-term (seasonal)
Pay: $12.00-$15.00/hr, Dependent upon experience
Application deadline: Open until filled




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