Stewardship Lead

Do you have a passion for stewarding land to build community in the outdoors, create healthy ecosystems, and uphold equity in access to and connecting with nature?

Do you have the leadership and expertise to accomplish community-based stewardship that enhances conservation, educational, and community goals on lands that LandPaths stewards?

Then Stewardship Lead might be just the position for you!

The Stewardship Lead is responsible for translating preserve and community engagement goals to on-the-ground programming, specifically representing LandPaths in the field with a focus on engaging volunteers and community partners in active stewardship as well as mentoring field staff. The Stewardship Lead will also assist in developing, maintaining, and evaluating field-based stewardship and coordinate community stewardship projects across all LandPaths’ initiatives.  

The ideal Stewardship Lead candidate has ecological knowledge, particularly of Sonoma County or similar ecosystems, field experience in natural resource stewardship, including Traditional Ecological Knowledge, and experience leading staff and volunteers in the field.  You’ll report to the Community Stewardship Manager.


This is a full-time position. 40 hours a week, non-exempt. Salary for this position starts at $26 per hour. LandPaths’ compensation includes health and dental coverage, retirement savings, and generous paid leave package.

Application deadline – April 19, 2024

Full job description below – scroll down to download a PDF of job description and application instructions. Thank you for your interest and we’ll be in touch!

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