Interested in joining a community organization that is making a difference in Bothell and the surrounding region? Are you passionate about conservation, community, and being a voice for urban forests? Do you want to see Shelton View Forest preserved in perpetuity? Then we need you! Help our organization plan events, fundraise, apply for grants, educate and mobilize the community, and more!
No experience necessary. This is a volunteer role. 18+
Our Board of Directors meets once per month on Sunday afternoons. Meetings are currently virtual.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About SHELTON VIEW FOREST STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION
325 233rd ST SW, Bothell, WA 98021, US
Our mission is to preserve the Shelton View Forest for current and future generations.
The Shelton View Forest is truly one of the last great undisturbed forested spaces of Bothell. This is a unique space (approximately 42 acres) that offers a number of recreational and educational opportunities. If you haven't visited the forest yet, we invite you to do so, then join our organization's efforts to protect it!
We hope to establish the Shelton View Forest as a space where the community can gather, learn, and explore in an undisturbed natural environment. Bothell's forested spaces are disappearing rapidly, and with them, the potential for parks that benefit the entire community. We at the Shelton View Forest Stewardship Association strive to make our voices heard before reckless over-development and inadequate planning destroy these vital natural spaces and the opportunities for outdoor recreation and education that they provide.
We want to ensure that Bothell residents are informed about rezoning and development plans that will indefinitely affect community access to natural forested spaces. Everyone's voice is important in advocating for the protection of our forests; places that once destroyed, can never return. We invite you to help us in our mission to preserve the Shelton View Forest for current and future generations.
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
January 26, 2021
Grant Writing / Research
At least 1 hour per month for board meeting; availability via email throughout the rest of the month.