We are hiring one crew leader to lead a team of 2-3 people, including local youth, in monitoring vegetation in remote Southeast Oregon areas. Projects include collecting information for potential wildland fire control lines, and inventory methods for wetland and rangeland restoration. Technicians will have the opportunity to gain experience networking and fostering relationships with our partners: staff from agencies, private landowners, and other non-profit organizations. Fieldwork will occur on weekdays on a 4/10 schedule not exceeding 40 hrs/week. This work is performed outdoors in Harney and  Malheur Counties in Oregon. This area is known for the variety of terrain, weather, and wildlife that can be experienced in one day. All members of the monitoring crew will be expected to be prep

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