Photo: Captain Justin Grunewald takes a brief break during the Willow Fire.
Thank you, Firefighters!
As the amazing teams of firefighters and support crews continue to contain the Willow Fire, we want to thank all of the brave people on the ground and in the air. For the third time in five years, Big Sur Land Trust’s Arroyo Seco Ranch was recently called into service. Check out this video showing helicopter crews at the ranch picking up Hotshots before taking them into the fire zone.
We are also grateful to all of our donors for supporting Big Sur Land Trust and the lands you love. By giving so generously, you are keeping conserved lands resilient so that places like Arroyo Seco Ranch remain ready to serve the community during emergencies.
Open: Preserve Manager Position
Apply by July 6
Big Sur Land Trust’s Preserve Manager is a dynamic and rewarding job! The projects are diverse and change seasonally. On any given day, you might be clearing downed trees off a steep mountain road, leading a volunteer trail work project, overseeing contractors, or controlling invasive weeds.
Do you have the skills for this challenging position? Learn more and apply here.
Needed: AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Program Coordinator
Apply by July 15
Our volunteers are essential to furthering our mission of ensuring healthy lands, healthy people, and healthy communities can thrive across Monterey County. As part of the AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Program (VIP), we are looking to hire a coordinator from August 2021 to June 2022 to help boost our volunteer program!
Leave a legacy by building lasting systems of volunteer engagement and management with Big Sur Land Trust. Read the job description for this paid position here and apply today!