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  1. Idaho State Parks: Recruiting volunteers now for summer 2021. Seeking active singles and couples as campground, special project, maintenance and visitor services hosts April–October 2021. FHU provided with a minimum of 30 days, 24–30 hrs/site. Enjoy free entry to all state parks, complimentary camping, scenic RV sites, outstanding training and friendly staff. Contact: kathryn.hampton@idpr.idaho.gov 208-514-2493 or find out more and fill out an application online at www.parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/activities/volunteering
  2. Would you enjoy spending time in the high-desert expanses of Malheur Refuge? Would you like to staff the Crane's Nest Nature Store or assist with the occasional biological surveys? Are you interested in improving Refuge habitat or providing interpretive services to visitors? Volunteers with FOMR do all that and much more. We are recruiting now for our 2019 Volunteers and have many spaces left available. When you volunteer for the FOMR you will be offered a spot in our newly improved RV camp site with hook-ups, a common space, kitchen and laundry facilities. The lounge has cable TV and wireless internet for volunteer use. In addition to the kitchen, there is a BBQ available for use as well. Last, but not least, there are bathroom facilities with showers. All of this is available to you in exchange for 24hrs/week of your time and talents. If you are interest in joining us in the coming year between March - October, please fill out this SURVEY OR contact FOMR Director, Janelle Wicks, at Director@malheurfriends.org For more information visit www.malheurfriends.org or find us on FB. Location: Malheur National Widlilfe Refuge; 36391 Sodhouse Lane, Princeton, OR 97721
  3. The Ferron Ranger District is looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to provide staffing at the Historic Stuart Guard Station. The guard station lies along the Huntington and Eccles Canyons National Scenic Byway. We are looking for customer service oriented individuals to provide information to the public about early FS history and the immense contributions of the CCC to the Manti-La Sal National Forest. Furthermore providing information about recreational opportunities within the forest and the surrounding area. Volunteers will be interacting with the public by leading tours, providing information about the area, and answering a variety of questions. Given the nature of the position good communication and public relation skills are desired. Opportunities to volunteer are available starting May through September. The station is only open on weekends and holidays, so volunteers will have plenty of free time to explore the surrounding area during the week. Duties We call upon your aid as a volunteer to keep the station clean and tidy, and to provide information and interpretive services to visitors. • Opening and closing duties associated with the Guard Station. • Provides tours of the Guard Station (requires leading groups around the site) • Keep records of visitation. • Maintain a clean and safe environment for the visiting public. • Reports activity and issues to agency personnel. • May be asked to help with other miscellaneous duties. Housing and Volunteer Stipend As a volunteer, you will be entitled to reimbursement of your expenses, including $25.00 per day worked if you choose to stay on site. A FS uniform will be issued and must be worn during working hours. The Guard Station is a charming little structure, and is situated in a spectacular location for viewing wildlife and the surrounding landscape. RV host pad sites are available behind the guardstation. Water and sewer hookups are available but no power (volunteers with camp trailers are encouraged to bring solar panels and/or a small portable generator to keep their batteries charged). Tent camping is also an option. No cooking facilities, refrigerator, or shower facilities are available; sink and toilet facilities are located in the Guard Station. Community Huntington (20 miles from Stuart Guard Station) is a limited-services community with a small grocery store, convenience stores and other basic amenities. Price (41 miles from Stuart Guard Station) includes grocery stores, Walmart, Hardware store, hotels, gas stations and restaurants. Boating and fishing are major recreational activities available in the area. There is several local reservoirs and lakes (Huntington, Joes Valley, Cleveland and Electric Lake) that provide excellent fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout, tiger muskies, small-mouth bass, and catfish. Other actives that are popular in the area include Hiking and bouldering and OHV. Other attractions include: The San Rafael, Capitol Reef National Park, and Goblin Valley State Park. About the Forest Manti-La Sal National Forest Visitor Guide - https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5370798.pdf Manti-La Sal National Forest – https://www.fs.usda.gov/mantilasal For More Information If you need any further assistance regarding this opportunity feel free to contact: Christopher Nichols Manti-La Sal National Forest Ferron Ranger District 115 West Canyon Road Ferron Utah, 84023 (435)636-3579 cdnichols@fs.fed.us We hope you’ll answer the call, and help us staff Historic Stuart Guard Station this year!
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