VOLUNTEER MISSION STATEMENT
The Foothill Conservancy is a grassroots organization based in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. We believe that volunteers are essential to accomplishing our mission. To broaden our impact in the community, we seek community volunteers to help us achieve our goals. To help ensure that the work of the Foothill Conservancy is a true reflection of the needs of the community, we are committed to creating opportunities for volunteers to participate in, offer feedback about, and endorse the mission of the Foothill Conservancy.
Event Service & Support
Leading Outings – i.e. hikes, star gazing
Teach a class – i.e. nature art, Photography
Community & Watershed Cleanups
Field work such as planting trees
Attend Public Meetings
Join the Land Use Team
Join the Watershed Team
Join the Watershed Preservation Alliance
Meeting Support – Minutes
Join the Office Team
Grant Research & Writing
Serve on our Board of Directors
Assist the Volunteer Coordinator
This new project aims to engage the Amador and Calaveras unsheltered community in good stewardship of the environment. More Information
The planning team meets every 2-4 weeks via Zoom.
Our Watershed Program focuses on nature, community, and economy in our area’s watersheds, with a primary focus on the Upper Mokelumne River watershed. The Watershed team meets monthly via zoom. Team is working remotely. More Information
Reporting to the Executive Director within a defined process: Create social media content for our organization and teams and post. Analyze and propose process changes. Monitor our network and share relevant posts. Respond to inquiries on our social media. Skills required: Excellent time management skills. Familiarity with google analytics. Content creation for social media.
Our Land Use Planning Program promotes sustainable local land use planning consistent with our mission, vision, and core values, guided by a set of land use principles. The team meets monthly via zoom and work is remote. More Information
Join us and become a part of the solution for a healthier environment and community in Amador and Calaveras counties. Download the application below and send your completed application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Larry Patterson, Director, Camanche Village, CA: MS Civil/Transportation Engineering UC Berkeley, BS Civil Engineering University of Texas, private consultant, former Public Works Director and City Manager of San Mateo, recipient of the League’s James L. Martin Award in 2012