TreeUtah is looking for two outstanding team members! Check out these great jobs…
Education Coordinator (Part-Time, 25 Hours)
TreeUtah, in partnership with Salt Lake County’s Million Tree initiative, facilitates Discovering Trees with Carrie Cottonwood, a 2nd grade school outreach program for Salt Lake County public schools. During the summer, we facilitate Redwood Ranger Adventure Day (RRAD) for youth ages 8-12 at our Redwood Nature Area field site along the Jordan River Parkway Trail. The purpose of this position is to manage these programs and educate grade school children and teachers about the benefits of trees. Click the link below for more information.
For the full Education Coordinator job description click here.
Planting Coordinator (Full Time)
The Planting Coordinator promotes TreeUtah’s mission by developing and implementing high quality tree planting events and partnerships that involve municipal administrators, forestry professionals, business leaders, and local citizens throughout Utah. This is a supervisory, full-time position.
For the full Planting Coordinator job description click here.
If you have questions or need additional information, please email us at email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
WHAT: Join TreeUtah and Wasatch Community Gardens for a lesson on fruit tree care. In this hands-on workshop you will learn about how to use your pruning tools. And, you will learn all about pruning and caring for your fruit trees.
WHEN: March 29th at 10am
WHERE: TreeUtah’s Ecogarden (Day-Riverside Library, 1575 West 1000 North, Salt Lake City)
Dress in garden clothes, brimmed hats (baseball caps) and bring protective eyewear. If you have them, bring gloves and loppers, pruners and/or shears. We will have gloves and a limited number tools available for use during the workshop as well.
For more information and to register visit www.wasatchgardens.org
from Executive Director Amy Collins…
Thank you so much to everyone who supported us this holiday season. When you donate to TreeUtah your dollars directly support tree planting in our communities.
We would not be here without you. You make Utah a greener place! It isn’t too late (or too early!) to become a TreeUtah member. Click here for more information.
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