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Two New Pollinator Conservation Positions at the Xerces Society: Now Accepting Applications

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  • Matthew Shepherd
    TWO NEW POLLINATOR CONSERVATION POSITIONS AT THE XERCES SOCIETY Now Accepting Applications Through October 1st The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
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      TWO NEW POLLINATOR CONSERVATION POSITIONS AT THE XERCES SOCIETY

       

      Now Accepting Applications Through October 1st

       

      The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is pleased to announce an open application period for two new staff positions in our Pollinator Conservation Program.

       

      Pollinator Habitat Restoration Specialist

      The Pollinator Habitat Restoration Specialist (Mid-Atlantic Region) will work to provide training and technical oversight to farmers and conservation agency staff on pollinator conservation and native plant restoration. This position will be based in New Jersey and implement projects and events throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. More information about this position and how to apply is available at http://www.xerces.org/job-opportunities/.

       

      Native Plant Production and Restoration Specialist

      The Native Plant Production and Restoration Specialist will implement a nationwide plan to increase the availability of milkweed (Asclepias spp.) seed for habitat conservation efforts targeting monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) and other pollinators. This position will be based in Portland, Oregon, or for the right candidate, at a satellite location. More information about this position and how to apply is available at http://www.xerces.org/job-opportunities/.

       

      About The Xerces Society

      The Xerces Society has been a pioneer in invertebrate conservation and protection for almost forty years. Over the past decade, we have built a strong pollinator conservation program centered on using the best available science and strong partnerships to support habitat restoration efforts and educational programs across North America. We also work to shape conservation policy at the national, regional, and state level. We currently have offices in Portland, OR, Sacramento, CA, and St. Louis, MO. To learn more about our work please visit http://www.xerces.org.

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