1. Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods Hiring

    Field Operations Manager Guernville, CA Application deadline: 6/29/12 CLASSIFICATION: Part-time to Full Time/Exempt REPORTS TO: Executive Director   ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Stewards is seeking a highly qualified candidate to serve as Field Operations Manager to manage service delivery in the parks in support of Stewards’ mission to fund projects and programs in cooperation with and in support of local California State Parks.   ORGANIZATION: At Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods (Stewards) we are passionate about parks! For over 27 years we have been working hard to sustain the legacy of our local state parks and beaches. Working as a non-profit...
  2. Sacramento Tree Foundation Hiring

    Job Opening: Project Manager Blue Heron Trails Visitor Contact Center (Grant Funded Project) Apply by Friday, June 22, 2012. Position Overview:   The Project Manager works within the Native Trees in Urban and Rural Environments (NATURE) program and performs all project management duties related to the Blue Heron Trails Visitor Contract Center project. This project has received a 2012 California EEMP Grant with work anticipated to begin summer 2012. The Project Manager works closely with project partners (including the Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge and the Center for Land Based Learning) to finalize project planning, manage implementation and ensure overall...
  3. Tree Davis Hiring

    Tree Davis is seeking a part-time Executive Director with the possibility of expansion to full-time status as additional funding is secured. Please email a cover letter and resume to David Robinson at employment@treedavis.org.   Founded in 1992, Tree Davis’s mission is to enhance and expand our urban forest by inspiring the people of our community to plant and care for trees. We do this by organizing volunteer tree planting and tree care events as well as educational workshops for the community and arboriculture professionals.   To view the complete job announcement, click here.
  4. Pacific Forest Trust Hiring

    Pacific Forest Trust, based in San Francisco, is seeking a Communications Director to oversee and implement strategic outreach and constituency building for a pioneering non-profit forest conservation organization. Primary duties include writing, editing, web content management and media relations; production management; supervision of contractors who provide communications-related services, such as freelance web designers and photographers, and direct supervision of the Senior Communications Associate. Click here for the full position description. Since 1993, the Pacific Forest Trust (PFT) has been dedicated to conserving and sustaining America’s vital, productive forest landscapes. Working with forest owners, communities and an array of partners, we...
  5. Urban ReLeaf Featured on NBC Nightly News

    One of our ReLeaf Network members, Urban ReLeaf in Oakland, was featured on the NBC Nightly News last night. Check out the great work that Kemba and Greg are doing in their city! Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
  6. Canopy Hiring Development Director

    Canopy, a growing Palo Alto-based environmental nonprofit, is currently hiring a Development Director to help engage the community in the growth and care of their urban forest. They seek a dynamic development professional to refine and implement a multi-pronged fundraising strategy, supported by a well-defined communications and marketing plan. To view the position announcement, click here.  
  7. 2011 Annual Report

    2011 was a great year for California ReLeaf! We’re proud of our accomplishments and the accomplishments of our ReLeaf Network members. In 2011, we: Supported 17 significant urban forestry projects that provided California with 72,000 workforce hours supporting 140 jobs, Delivered important education to nonprofits and community organizations through our newsletter and annual conference, Sponsored successful legislation designating March 7 – 14 of every year as California Arbor Week, and Joined Network members to support legislation that extended the prevailing wage exception for volunteers through 2016.   Our Network members: Planted over 53,000 trees, Cared for over 122,000 trees, Held...
  8. CSET

    Visalia’s Self-Help Training and Employment Center was almost ten years old when it took on its role as Tulare County’s community action agency in the 1980s. Shortly thereafter, the Tulare County Conservation Corps was started as a program of the organization to serve young people who wanted to continue their education and acquire important job skills. Forty years later, the retitled Community Services and Employment Training (CSET), and its renamed Sequoia Community Corps (SCC) is ramping up their mission of strengthening youth, families, and the surrounding region through a host of social services that include urban forestry. The SCC is...
  9. Morton Arboretum Job Opening – Community Trees Advocate

    Community Trees Advocate at The Morton Arboretum:    The Community Trees Advocate (CTA) provides assistance for civic leaders, public officials, arborists, park districts, and community groups who seek to foster healthy and sustainable urban and community forests. The CTA helps these groups improve tree health and management practices to enhance the health, beauty, and livability of their communities by sharing the Arboretum’s knowledge and information resources about the selection, nurture, maintenance, and value of trees.   Job Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in forestry, biology, botany, horticulture, environmental sciences, or related field, and the interest and ability to combine a strong scientific...
  10. Tree Fresno Job Opening – Executive Director

      If you have a passion for trees, are an experienced manager, and enjoy working with volunteers, this may be a great opportunity for you.   Tree Fresno is seeking a CEO who can lead the Board, staff and volunteers in achieving the organization’s mission of “Enriching the quality of life in the Fresno region with the addition of trees and trails.”   The successful candidate will have a minimum of 4 years management experience, preferably with a non-profit; some CEO experience preferred; some higher-level education, 4-year degree in business preferred . Demonstrated ability in a) fundraising, b) developing/presenting impactful...