Help Friends of the Inyo teach Snow School
Friends of the Inyo has opportunities for kind volunteers who love working with kids and would like to help impart seasonal knowledge to them through their SnowSchool offerings in the Mammoth and Bishop areas. For questions and to sign up as a volunteer, please write to FOI Stewardship Director Lindsay Butcher at Lindsay@friendsoftheinyo.org.
Trinity County Resource Conservation District Snorkel Survey Signups: Interested in conducting snorkel surveys to help count summer Steelhead and spring Chinook on tributaries of the Trinity River?
The 2024 Dive Season is anticipated to begin in July, but please register with the appropriate staff member early. The earlier the better!
Divers interested in the Canyon Creek, New River, and North Fork Trinity River dives should register with Annyssa Interrante at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Divers interested in the South Fork Trinity River and Hayfork Creek dives should contact Cindy Buxton at email@example.com.
Prior experience performing snorkel surveys with adult salmonid identification is important. Physical ability requirements include swimming a minimum of a mile an hour and hiking at least 3 strenuous miles.
The Tahoe Area Sierra Club is seeking volunteers
Are you passionate about protecting the environment and quality of life in Tahoe? Do you have some free time to invest in the causes you believe in? Grassroots activism can make a difference and the Tahoe Area Group wants your help. The Tahoe Area Group has volunteer opportunities in outings, events, conservation, and communications.
Headwaters – Friends of the River’s online magazine is accepting submissions
Friends of the River’s Headwaters Magazine is a beautiful repository of articles about rivers and river recreation, opinion pieces, policy analysis, river news, art, photographs, and more.
We welcome submissions of articles that speak to the six areas in which we work for the protection of California’s rivers. These areas are hydropower reform, saving and storing water, restoring flows, flood management, legal and regulatory protections, and inspiring citizen action.
We also welcome submissions of visual art, creative writing, poetry, and photos that are centered around rivers and nature more broadly.
Winter Data Collection for Friends of the Inyo
Do you crosscountry or backcountry ski or snowboard, snowshoe, or snowmobile in the Inyo National Forest? Do you want to help the US Forest Service make informed decisions about Winter Recreation and Over Snow Vehicle use? You can help Friends of the Inyo by taking part in some citizen science!
- First, check out the Colorado Mountain Club’s Recreation Impact Monitoring System (CMC – RIMS) app here;
- Then, take a peek at a two-minute online training video here.
After that, you’ll be ready to record some observations and be able to boast about being a self-conscribed field researcher. If you have any questions, please contact Lindsay@friendsoftheinyo.org.
No current internship opportunities.