Remineralize the Earth (RTE) is looking for a Public Relations volunteer to aid in increasing public awareness of our mission and disseminating information about our cause through local, national, and international media channels. As a Public Relations volunteer, you would be tasked with booking radio programming, writing and disseminating press releases to local newspapers, and generally networking from local to international media outlets to promote RTE and its mission. The time commitment is flexible to your schedule. We have a great team and really enjoy working together. We look forward to hearing from you!
Remineralize the Earth is a nonprofit organization assisting the worldwide movement of remineralizing soils with finely ground rock dust, sea minerals and other natural and sustainable means to increase the growth, health, and nutrient value of all plant life. Adding minerals and trace elements is vital to the creation of fertile soils, healthy crops and forests, and is a key strategy used to stabilize the climate.
Please email us your resume and/or LinkedIn URL and let us know how many hours per week that you would like to volunteer for RTE and some good times to speak with you and we will get back to you with a time. Make sure to send your credentials to email@example.com.
We are looking for volunteers to be part of our close working team for a few months and beyond. Can be local or as a virtual volunteer you would work together with us on Basecamp.
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.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.