The Land Steward is a full time employee who works under the supervision of the Stewardship Director to coordinate the monitoring and management of conserved properties, implement stewardship systems and procedures, and investigate easement stewardship problems in conformance with UVLT policies and procedures. The Land Steward also recruits and trains stewardship volunteers.
To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Stewardship Director Jason Berard at email@example.com with “Land Steward” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Patchen Miller Internship
The Patchen Miller Internship at UVLT embraces the science, stewardship and sense of community involved in land conservation. A Patchen Miller intern has the unique opportunity to work in the conservation field while gaining valuable experience with a nonprofit organization. A modest stipend of $1,800-$2,000 will be awarded. Internship length is variable but should generally incorporate the equivalent of 200-220 hours of work.
The 2019 internship will be oriented toward conservation easement stewardship. The intern will work in conjunction with staff to visit, inspect, and document UVLT conservation easements in the 45-town service area. The internship will include training and supervision by staff and requires a commitment to undertake and complete tasks independently including both field and office work. For the full internship description please click here.
Applications are due by April 1st, 2019 for the upcoming summer of 2019. Please submit your letter of application to: Patchen Miller Internship, Upper valley Land Trust, 19 Buck Road, Hanover, NH 03755 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Internship Opportunities at UVLT
We welcome student interns who assist with easement stewardship, conduct research, organize land trust activities and help us conserve land. Internships may be arranged on an individual basis where a candidate’s interests match specific organizational needs and goals of the Upper Valley Land Trust. Generally such interns are paid by third-party funding secured by the intern themselves, or work pro-bono in exchange for the professional experience gained, or for credit at an academic institution. If you are interested in offering your services to UVLT on this basis please contact us with a description of your interests and availability together with a resume or letter of introduction.
Volunteering with UVLT
Volunteers play a critical role in UVLT’s work, fulfilling many essential functions. Click here to learn how you can help.