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Bear Yuba Land Trust

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Youth Programs: Youth Program volunteers help facilitate and provide expert knowledge for the Environmental Summit and youth field trips. This volunteer opportunity is excellent for those who are fascinated with local ecosystems and organisms, have expert knowledge in a specific environmental topic or have a desire to teach youth about the environment. Tasks include assisting with youth field trips by helping identify unknown organisms, providing supervision, and presenting BYLT information. Volunteers will work directly with the Community Engagement Coordinator. Volunteer days are typically hosted on BYLT Preserves. If interested in becoming a Trail Stewardship Team volunteer with Bear Yuba Land Trust, contact felicia@bylt.org / (530) 272-5994 x 207 or click "express interest" below.

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About Bear Yuba Land Trust

Location:

12183 Auburn Rd, GRASS VALLEY, CA 95945, US

Mission Statement

Bear Yuba Land Trust is a non-profit, membership-supported organization that works to promote voluntary conservation of the region’s natural, historical and agricultural legacy. With community support, the Land Trust provides a lasting community heritage by protecting and enhancing meadows, watersheds, forests, farms and ranches, trails and parks. Bear Yuba Land Trust exists to protect and defend the working and natural lands of the Bear and Yuba River Watersheds and empower healthy, resilient communities through nature access and education.

Description

Bear Yuba Land Trust is a non-profit, membership-supported organization that works to promote voluntary conservation of the region’s natural, historical and agricultural legacy. With community support, the Land Trust provides a lasting community heritage by protecting and enhancing meadows, watersheds, forests, farms and ranches, trails and parks. Bear Yuba Land Trust exists to protect and defend the working and natural lands of the Bear and Yuba River Watersheds and empower healthy, resilient communities through nature access and education.

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WHEN

Tue Jul 09, 2019 - Tue Dec 30, 2025
10:00 AM - 08:00 AM  

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

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