Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD) seeks 2 or more employees to support its Agricultural Enhancement and Forest Health & Wildfire Resilience programs.
The Natural Resource Project Assistant will assist private landowners to plan for and implement practices that improve the resiliency and viability of natural resources and agricultural operations in Humboldt County. Individuals with backgrounds in rangeland, watershed restoration, water conservation, soil health, and/or forestry are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Forest Health & Wildfire Resilience Project Coordinator will work collaboratively to develop and implement a variety of landscape-scale forest health and wildfire resiliency conservation projects. The ideal candidate will have experience working on forestry and fuels reduction projects and excel in community engagement, communications and partnership building. HCRCD’s Forest Health & Wildfire Resilience program is rapidly expanding, and this position offers an excellent opportunity for professional growth and program leadership.