The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, at its essence, is a non-profit that brings together a broad coalition consisting of a citizens, private land owners, businesses, public agencies, conservation organizations, recreational organizations, and local governments working together on a common objective: to protect and enhance the Mountains to Sound Greenway and support efforts to preserve open space, encourage well-planned cities and towns, support farms, working forests, historic sites, and to create new trails, recreation and tourism opportunities.
The Executive Director of the Greenway Trust will hold a BIG vision established and evolved by an even bigger coalition of individuals and interest groups over the Greenway Trust’s 23 years. Working to preserve the balance between the natural and built environment across the 1.5 million acres of Greenway while communicating and working with a broad spectrum of interests is no small task. The Executive Director of the Greenway Trust will use his or her abilities to continue to build bridges with a focus on bringing people together while rallying around a common cause. Passion for the mission of the work and collaborating with the talented staff and people representing the broad coalition of support is instrumental in the success of the Executive Director and the Greenway Trust.
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Washington Conservation Corps Crewmember
As an employee of the Washington State Department of Ecology and a member of the Washington Conservation Corps (WCC), you will have the opportunity to work with a successful and passionate team in an energetic, highly productive and fast-paced work environment with the regionally-acclaimed Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust Stewardship Program. Through extensive hands-on involvement in a variety of community partnerships, public interactions, and environmental education, you will learn about ecological and recreational use issues on public natural lands and build skills in public land management.
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