The Riparian Restoration Project Manager is responsible for planning and implementing all of the Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group’s (SFEG) riparian restoration projects.  These projects include grant funded projects, contract work with partners, community volunteer events, and school plantings within the SFEG’s regional boundaries (i.e. the Skagit and Samish River watersheds, northern Whidbey Island, and San Juan Islands). This involves oversight of 4-8 separate grants/contracts with cumulative annual budgets of more than $1 million. The Riparian Restoration Project Manager also supervises two regular Restoration Technicians, and up to three seasonal restoration technicians, and directs and oversees AmeriCorps contract crews from the Washington Conservation Corps (full time 6-person

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