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Planting Resilience
TreePeople is an environmental nonprofit whose mission is to engage, inspire and support people to take personal responsibility for the environment, making it safe, healthy, fun and sustainable, and to share the process as a model for the world. TreePeople is among the largest independent environmental organizations in California. Sustained by a staff of educators, organizers and foresters as well as thousands of trained volunteers, TreePeople plays a leading role in mobilizing communities to work together to achieve climate resilience. Over the past four decades, TreePeople has engaged more than 3 million people in planting and caring for more than 3 million trees. AmeriCorps members who join TreePeople will have opportunities to support urban tree planting and care projects throughout Los Angeles County as well as wildfire prevention and forestry restoration projects in the Angeles National Forest and the Santa Monica Mountains. In addition, AmeriCorps members will have robust opportunities to learn about Los Angeles ecology, plant identification, and best practices in environmental field work.
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Member Duties : -Plant and care for native plants and tree seedlings in wildland areas. -Plant and care for 15-gallon street trees. -Remove invasive species and flash fuels from wildland areas. -Organize, manage and facilitate restoration, planting and care events, and monitor the progress at restoration sites. -Support the participation of volunteers in urban tree planting and care events as well as forest restoration events. -Maintain positive communication with community members to encourage ongoing tree care by residents. -Participate in formal and informal trainings. -Support TreePeople’s nursery by participating in seed collection and treatment as well as propagation related activity as needed.
Program Benefits : Training ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Health Coverage ,  Stipend . 
Terms :
Car recommended . 
Service Areas :
Community Outreach ,  Environment . 
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Planting Resilience

Program Start/End Date
10/10/2023  -   09/07/2024

Work Schedule Full Time

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  50

Program Locations CALIFORNIA   Los Angeles/Orange County  


Accepting Applications
From  06/16/2023  To  11/30/2023 

Contact Mathieu Koontz
12601 Mulholland Dr
Beverly Hills   CA   90210
(818) 753-4600

Listing ID 119385


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