Experience this intense opportunity of a lifetime working on meaningful conservation projects while camping for five weeks. Learn about fire ecology, watershed ecology, and forestry at the top of the Feather River Watershed which provides drinking water to over 20 million people.
This summer job provides 10-12 grade students with valuable, hands on work experience alongside natural resource specialists. Get paid for 40 hours per week to complete hard, physical, outdoor restoration projects like building and maintaining trails, removing invasive species, reducing fire fuel loads, and more.
Be part of a vibrant, diverse community that fosters positive growth and friendship. Weekends are jam packed with recreational activities to build confidence and comfort playing outside. Get ready to stand up paddle board, summit mountains, swim in pristine waters, and more!