Volunteers Needed:

Meet and talk with people about the Cascade Siskiyou National Monument at public festivals. Volunteer for fun 2-hour shift/s at our booths at:

EARTH DAY - APRIL 2017

Location: Scienceworks Museum, Ashland 

National Public Lands Day - September 2017

Location: Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Bear Creek Salmon Festival - October 2017

Location: North Mountain Park, Ashland


Volunteer BOARD MEMBERS WANTED!

Volunteer Requirements
Schedule:  Monthly Board Meeting

Join the Board of the Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou to educate, advocate, protect and restore our local Monument, one of the National Conservation Lands. We belong to the Friends Grassroots Network with support from Conservation Lands Foundation. Along with our communities and partners we promote caring for our legacy—the scenic place, culture and heritage of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.

You can make a difference! Work with us to strategically lead in public outreach, marketing, and/or fundraising-development. 

Volunteer Board Opportunities:

Programs - Board Member 
Organizes and coordinates public outreach: Hike & Learns, community festivals and research forum; works with marketing for event publicity.

Communications - Board Member
Marketing the Friends organization, public outreach events, and advocacy of Monument to local and statewide media; contribute to identity sales items.

Development - Board Member
Plans and manages fundraising: events; donors; assists in grant writing.

For further information contact
Terry Dickey, Board Chair
TEL: 541-482-2256
Email: chair.cascadesiskiyou@gmail.com

L to R: Dr. Darlene Southworth with Dr. Patricia Ponce Noyola, visiting professor from Guanajuato, Mexico truffling at Whetstone Savanna, 2000. Image by Harold Berninghausen

L to R: Dr. Darlene Southworth with Dr. Patricia Ponce Noyola, visiting professor from Guanajuato, Mexico truffling at Whetstone Savanna, 2000. Image by Harold Berninghausen