The Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society (RGS & AWS) is a national, nonprofit organization with a 62-year record of forest wildlife conservation. In partnership with the George Washington & Jefferson National Forests (GWJEFF) we’re seeking a dedicated forester to increase capacity for planning and implementing active forest management projects on National Forest System lands in Virginia, with a focus on the Clinch Ranger District, Mount Rogers National Recreation Area and Eastern Divide Ranger District. The Forest Wildlife Specialist will function as an assistant hardwood silviculturist on the GWJEFF, providing silvicultural planning support and on-the-ground field forestry assistance. The position will focus on restoring forest age-class and structural diversity

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