Who we are Remineralize the Earth (RTE) is an international nonprofit based in Northampton, MA.
Remineralization utilizes finely ground rock dust and sea-based minerals to restore soils and forests, produce higher yields and more nutritious food, and store carbon in soils to stabilize the climate. Through our education and outreach, projects, research, and advocacy, Remineralize the Earth facilitates a worldwide movement that brings together gardeners and farmers, scientists and policymakers and the public to create better soils, better food, and a better planet.
We work with local and virtual volunteers on a program management system called Basecamp. Our team is made up of federal work-study students as well as graduate students, researchers, and other professionals.
Assist us in further developing our social media strategy for our environmental nonprofit and growing our social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, NING, etc).
Maintain and update our social media platforms
Reinforce and develop our social media strategies
Research and report on emerging social media trends.
We are looking for a creative, collaborative, and preferably experienced social media person who will enjoy bringing their own energy and ideas to make a difference for RTE.
Please include an attached resume in PDF form and/or LinkedIn profile, along with how many hours per week you are able to volunteer. All responses are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you so much for considering volunteering with RTE! We look forward to hearing from you!
Joanna Campe Executive Director Remineralize the Earth 152 South Street Northampton, MA 01060 USA
About Remineralize the Earth, Towards a Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry and Climate
152 South Street, Northampton, MA 01060, US
Remineralize the Earth promotes the regeneration of soils and forests worldwide with finely ground rock dust as a sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides, creating fertile soils much as the Earth does. Not only do we need to recycle and return the organic matter to the soil, it is equally vital to return all of the mineral nutrients which create fertile soils and healthy crops and forests.
An international NGO that networks information and research on soil remineralization to gardeners, farmers, ecological activists, scientists, policy makers and the aggregate and stone producers whose by-product is a source of remineralization; to promote further research and projects, from small to large, cooperative to businesses that would benefit and create a healthier environment. We have a website with an online magazine, forum, research, and many other resources.
Media & Broadcasting
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.