Is there Hope for Hemlocks?
We're Hiring! BRC seeks an Executive and Development Associate
Thursday April 19 at the Watauga County Agricultural Conference Center, 252 Poplar Grove Rd, Boone, 28607. 6:00-7:30pm
Join Blue Ridge Conservancy (BRC) and the Hemlock Restoration Initiative (HRI) for a free, public seminar discussing the future of hemlocks in our Western North Carolina ecosystem. The presentation will include information about the invasive hemlock woolly adelgid, efforts to combat this pest, and what you can do to get involved in hemlock conservation.
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Commissioners host hearing on Middle Fork Greenway grant
Blue Ridge Conservancy’s Executive and Development Associate will be a motivated, skilled, innovative team-player who thrives in a hard-working environment and enjoys taking charge and achieving results. He or she must be an independent, strategic thinker with strong analytical and organizational skills. The ability to manage multiple priorities with tight timelines is essential. The successful candidate will work closely with the Executive Director, other staff, volunteers and the Board of Trustees to assist in all areas of development, including fundraising, implementing strategies and initiatives for increased funding, developing relationships with all donors, stakeholders and prospects to advance BRC’s mission. It is preferable that he or she will possess experience in nonprofit board administration and working with chief development officers.
Middle Fork Greenway Public Hearing
A crowd of community members gathered Feb. 20 for a public hearing on the re-submission of a grant application to the state Parks and Recreation Trust Fund for the Middle Fork Greenway.
If you love greenways, please attend the public hearing regarding the Middle Fork Greenway on Tuesday, February 20 from 5:00-5:30 pm at the Watauga County Administration building (814 West King St. Boone).