Snohomish Conservation District announces a position opening for a Media Specialist in their Lake Stevens, Washington office. The Media Specialist supports a creative and fast-paced communications team that serves the District’s conservation programs for both rural and urban audiences.
The position of Community Conservation Resource Technician will assist in the implementation of the District’s activities to address a wide variety of resource concerns in the urban and residential areas of Snohomish County and Camano Island.
Great volunteers are a gift, especially at our Plant Sale and stream planting events. We appreciate their passion and dedication and are in awe of their energy! The Everett Herald recently featured an article about one of our most dedicated volunteers, Jim Weisenbach.
Like all new endeavors, creating habitat for local pollinators can seem a little daunting at first glance. If you take it step by step however, it can be simple, interesting, and rewarding for you and your plants.