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Overview

Feather River Land Trust (FRLT)’s Land Stewardship Program entails the management,
monitoring, and restoration of lands and waters that FRLT has protected. The land stewardship
program works on our conserved lands to maintain, restore, and enhance the overall health of
the land, and other publicly important conservation values like public access, historic
buildings, and cultural resources.

The North Region Land Steward works directly with and is supervised by the North Region
Manager to implement land stewardship activities within the Northern Region (American
Valley, Indian Valley, Genesee Valley, Lake Almanor Basin, Mountain Meadows Basin) to
ensure the conservation of Preserves (Leonhardt Ranch Learning Landscape, Heart K Ranch,
Olsen Barn Meadow and the Mountain Meadows Gateway Property) and other protected
lands.

JOB DUTIES
1. Assist in the implementation of land stewardship activities on FRLT preserves
2. Vegetation management on FRLT preserves
3. Assist with livestock operations and grazing activities
4. Property patrol and routine completion of patrol logs
5. General clean up on all FRLT preserves
6. Construction and repair of fencing infrastructure
7. Inspection, maintenance and cleaning of buildings/structures, inside and out
8. Documentation of observed public uses and issues encountered on FRLT preserves
9. Identification and removal of trip and fall hazards (e.g. antiquated range fencing, downed tree limbs, debris)
10. Assist in monitoring activities in support of Conservation Easement program
11. Data processing, including the use of GPS, trail/game cameras, tablet computers and digital cameras
12. Respond to incidents involving FRLT lands during regular business hours, after hours and on weekends
13. Serve as support person planned vents in the watershed

JOB REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS:
• Background in construction, land management, and/or environmental studies
• Ability to perform physically demanding work in outdoor settings
• Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
• Ability to operate power equipment (e.g. string trimmers, push mowers, ride on mowers, side-by-sides, other equipment)
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and comfort working within cloud-based systems
• Technological proficiency utilizing email clients, GPS, digital cameras, game cameras, and ability to manage digital data
• Comfortable with working alone
• Ability to interact positively with the public

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: None
Driver's License Required: Yes
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Reference Check
  • Motor Vehicle Record Check