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Here at HVA, we share a mission and drive to keep the Housatonic Valley healthy by protecting and restoring the region’s lands and waters. Join our team and make a difference! Check out our open positions below.
Still River Watershed Connections Crew Leader
HVA seeks an enthusiastic and motivated individual to teach and lead a crew of high school youth on environmental restoration work and assist with outreach, education, and community events in the summer of 2023. This program has three goals that the Crew Leader will be responsible for: 1) Implementation of the Still River Watershed Plan; 2) Environmental education and career development for the youth in the program; and 3) Public outreach about the program and Still River Watershed Planning efforts. Click here for the full position description and to apply.
River Stewards of Tomorrow Watershed Conservation Internships
HVA seeks applications for our River Stewards of Tomorrow Watershed Conservation Internship positions, available for summer 2023. River Stewards will work on a variety of projects related to watershed conservation, the human dimensions of natural resource management, wildlife conservation, and land protection. River Stewards will be based out of our office in Cornwall Bridge, CT and work primarily in the Connecticut and New York portions of the Housatonic River watershed. Occasional work in the Berkshires may be required. River Steward positions last 12 weeks from June to August. Click here for the full position description and to apply.
Berkshire Clean, Cold and Connected Restoration Coordinator
HVA seeks a highly motivated, detail-oriented conservation practitioner familiar with aquatic habitat restoration to join our Watershed Conservation Team as the Berkshire Clean, Cold and Connected (BCCC) Restoration Coordinator. The BCCC Restoration Partnership area covers the Housatonic, Hoosic and Farmington River watersheds in Berkshire County, MA. The BCCC Restoration Coordinator will work closely with the Watershed Conservation Director, the Berkshire Watershed Manager and BCCC partners to identify, plan and execute aquatic habitat restoration projects, including but not limited to culvert replacement, dam removal, natural stream channel reconstruction, wetland restoration, floodplain reconnection and riparian buffer enhancement. This position is based in HVA’s Berkshire office in Stockbridge, MA. Click here for the full position description and to apply.