Volunteers contribute considerably to the success of RCDSMM programs. Volunteers help monitor wildlife, plant and care for native trees, remove crayfish from our creeks, help monitor the watershed, manage data, assist with events, and more. Check out our current volunteer opportunities here.
Help your RCD trap and remove invasive red swamp crayfish from Las Virgenes Creek between June and November. The red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarki) is a predator and scavenger that can have potentially devastating impacts on our native amphibian, fish, and invertebrate populations.
Read the full internship requirements here.
Please contact Debbie Sharpton no later than 30 May 2021 if you
are interested in applying for this exciting opportunity.
Watershed Stewards Program
Interested in gaining experience with a conservation organization in the fields of environmental education, salmonid research, and oak woodland ecology? In partnership with the California Conservation Corps and AmeriCorps, the Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is offering a ten and a half month service position working alongside natural resource professionals at the RCD, including our Conservation Biologist and Education Coordinator. Apply here for to become a WSP Member.
The RCD is looking for an Education Program Coordinator. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years experience with developing and implementing hands-on, outdoor environmental education, some grant and fundraising experience, and be both a self starter and enthusiastic team player. Please see our job announcement for more information and application instructions.
Request for Qualifications
There are no RFQ solicitations at this time. Please check back for updates.