LandPaths is Hiring!
LandPaths is seeking a self-motivated, energetic, and creative individual who excels in a fast- paced, creative working environment and loves the outdoors. The Bilingual Education Assistant will assist in day-to-day operations of LandPaths’ elementary school-based environmental education program, In Our Own Backyard (IOOBY), LandPaths summer Owl Camp for kids 5 to 12 years old, and other LandPaths’ education and field programs as available. The ideal candidate has a passion for: the outdoors, sharing your passion with others, working in a team setting and community building. Click here to read the full job description
"Beverly has been a volunteer spanning back the breadth of LandPaths programs, places and people. In fact, I don't think of her as "volunteer" - but as a friend, fellow staff and LandPaths family member. She's continually sunny and personable, doesn't know the word "late" and keeps the big picture perspective on what to worry about and what not to. What more can you say of someone that shares your values and is willing to support the community other than "we love her"? Besides that, she kicks me into gear and keeps me and my desk organized!" Craig Anderson, Executive Director
Beverly has the distinct honor of being LandPaths’ longest standing volunteer. Approximately 17 years ago, while on a hike with Howard Moes, she was told that LandPaths needed help. Beverly stepped into the (then one room) office and put her expertise in accounting and office management to work. Beverly has volunteered anywhere from 2-4 hours a week ever since, which if we did our math right, totals somewhere over 3,000 hours of volunteer service! Beverly has seen LandPaths grow from a one room, four-person staffed organization to now afour-room office bursting at the seams, hosting a staff of 14. While it was LandPaths’ amazing outings that originally drew her to support LandPaths, she now speaks most proudly of how LandPaths connects young people to the land, noting “Teaching kids to love the land is the most important work we can do”.
Sea to Bohemia, First Trek of 2015, August, 7-8-9
This is a truly unique experience for those wanting to spend three days traversing the Coastal Ridges eastward from Shell Beach. With access to both public and private lands, the group will walk, eat locally, ‘comfy camp’ each of two nights and traverse roughly 17 miles over the course of three days. All camping gear will be shuttled between the trailhead on the coast, overnight stays and final destination near Camp Meeker. Participants will carry a knapsack with water and other day-hike essentials. All food, spirits and use fees and are included in the cost of this trip. LandPaths heartily encourages those for whom cost is a barrier to apply for the limited number of work-trade scholarships available. As a community institution LandPaths is committed to helping people experience the breadth of our programming even if cost seems prohibitive! Click here to register.
Nature Nights Summer Campout at Bohemia
Join LandPaths Docents for a summer campout of story-telling, night hikes, stargazing, and community. We'll gather to share a potluck meal, enjoy the majesty & mystery of the Bohemia Preserve after dark, and explore or relax during the day. $25- $50/tent. Click here for more info and to register.