Pit River Tribal Youth Ecosystem Workforce Program


Looking for something FUN to do this summer? Excited about making the world a better place? Want to earn some extra cash working outside? If your response is “YES” to any of these, you are invited to apply!


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Program Information

Help make a difference in the world this summer! Come put on your boots and gloves and get to work restoring the ecosystems of your ancestral lands.

Your participation in this program will help you gain valuable workforce experience through the exploration of career paths in natural resources, ecosystem restoration, science and ecology, and traditional ecological and cultural knowledge.

Under the guidance of Lomakatsi’s trainers, Pit River Tribal Cultural Representatives and Elders, and guest natural resource specialists, you will take part in stewardship activities that include technical forestry, botany, ethnobotany, invasive species management, stream ecology, water quality, fish habitat conservation, oak restoration, trail maintenance, Traditional Ecological Knowledge, soil science, and more.

When: Mid to late July – Mid to late August
Pay: $10 per hour
Schedule: 32 hours per week, Monday through Thursday
Who Can Apply: Young men and women at least 14 years old and not older than 18 (as of 6/15/2016). Must be an enrolled member or descendant of a Federally Recognized Tribe and currently attending or have completed high School/GED.
How to Apply: Applications accepted through June 3rd, 2016. Completed applications may be mailed, faxed, emailed or brought into the

Pit River Tribe’s Environmental Office:
36970 Park Ave., Burney, CA 96013
Fax: (530) 335-3140
Email: jobs@lomakatsi.org

Applications available at:
Pit River Tribal Environmental Office
Burney High School (HS), Fall River HS, and Solider Mountain HS
Pit River Tribal Health Center
or Click here to download.

For More Information:
Feather Wolfin, Environmental Department, doahiwolfin@yahoo.com, (530) 335-5421

This program is made
possible with funding by

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