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Visitor/Environmental Education Center

Date Added: 07/29/2014 Location: Jamestown, KY Description:

EXCITING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! Be a part of the volunteer team with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service at the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery Visitor/Environmental Education Center! 61 more words

Lorne Coyle

Fish Production

Date Added: 07/29/2014 Location: Jamestown, KY Description:

EXCITING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery is looking for volunteers to assist with the hatchery’s fish production program! 69 more words

Lorne Coyle

Resident Volunteers

Date Added: 07/29/2014 Location: Monroe, LA Description:

Resident Volunteers are needed to help staff the refuge visitor center, a restored 1880s planter’s house with rocking chairs on the front porch. 71 more words

Lorne Coyle

Table Rock Lake-Visitor Center Volunteers Needed

Date Added: 07/29/2014 Location: Branson, MO Description: Visitor Center Volunteers Needed:


Dates: This Position is Year Round 2014.


The Visitor Center was constructed in 2012; Dewey Short Visitor Center receives more than 100,000 visitors each year and is located just minutes from the attractions in Branson, Missouri. 54 more words

Lorne Coyle

How to not stunt a nonprofits growth

I was sitting on my yoga ball (aka my office chair) the other day reading The Chronicle of Philanthropy, as I usually do when I need a break from work, and I saw a headline that instantly reminded me of one of my favorite Ted Talks by… 620 more words

Rocky Mountain Interpretive Internship -Fall CRD

Date Added: 07/28/2014 Location: Grand Lake, CO Description:

Interpretation Internship – West Side – Grand Lake

Would you enjoy interacting with park visitors and doing environmental education with children to inspire them to understand and appreciate natural and cultural resources? 53 more words

Lorne Coyle

Vegetation Assistant

Date Added: 07/28/2014 Location: Richmond, VA Description:

Richmond National Battlefield Park is looking for volunteers to assist us with invasive species control throughout the park. Our efforts focus on species such as Japanese honeysuckle, tree-of-heaven, Johnson grass, oriental bittersweet, and Chinese privet. 54 more words

Lorne Coyle