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We are now accepting applications for a Monitoring Program Manager, who will be responsible for innovating, managing, and sustaining the Association’s multi-faceted monitoring program, including serving as the Monitoring Coordinator for the Coos Basin Coho Partnership (CBP). This is a full-time (35-40 hours/week), hourly, non-exempt position with benefits that will involve both office and field time.
The Coos Watershed Mayfly Festival is returning to Mingus Park on May 20! Join us for a day of watershed celebration, education, and fun for the whole family. If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor or volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about our recent accomplishments and highlights in our 2022 annual report. It was a great year with some great projects being done in partnership with some really great community partners. We would love to hear what you think!
Apply for a Spring Coho Life Cycle Monitoring Internship!
We are seeking interns to help with our Coho Life Cycle Monitoring program this spring. Must have a flexible schedules with 1-2 free days per week and reliable transportation. For more info, visit https://cooswatershed.org/employment/
We recently wrapped up the four-year process of developing the Coos Basin Strategic Action Plan for Coho Salmon Recovery (SAP) with the Wild Salmon Center, and the final draft is now available! This project prioritized the areas and restoration actions most needed to improve coho salmon productivity within the Coos Basin over the next 25 years.
Volunteer Opportunity: Native Plant Nursery Days
- January 26
- February 23
- March 23
- April 27