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We’re Hiring a Part-Time Naturalist

See the job description below, and email brnsaa@gmail.com with your application.

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Purchase a 2020 Bull’s Run Calendar

With so many beautiful photographs submitted for the photo contests in 2019, we have decided to create a calendar and offer it for sale. Please consider purchasing a 2020 Bull’s Run Calendar to support our 2020 activities and conservation efforts!

Calendars are spiral bound, 8.5”x11” with prices as follows (includes shipping):

  • $25 per calendar without 2020 membership
  • $20 per calendar with 2020 membership

To order, include your payment and shipping information using the mail-in membership form on page 5 of the Winter 2019-2020 Newsletter.

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Welcome to Erin!

The Bull’s Run Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of the new naturalist, Erin Skimming. After reviewing several applications submitted and meeting with the candidates, Erin was chosen to replace Barb Reuss. Erin is studying Environmental Engineering Technologies at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. She is currently working the summer for Greene County Parks and will use that training, along with the knowledge and insights Barb was able to share with her prior to her departure, to take the Arboretum forward into a promising future. Erin brings experience with children gained as an intern with Vision Trek in Cincinnati. We are excited to have her join us as we continue to nurture this unique resource for the benefit of all ages in our community.

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Bull’s Run is looking for a Naturalist

Bull’s Run is accepting applications for a Naturalist. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Environmental education — Programs for all ages, throughout the four seasons.
  • Land stewardship — Coordinating trail maintenance, managing invasive species removal, and propagating native plantings.
  • Administration — Organizing work days, field trips, public nature programs, training sessions.

Anyone interested in applying for the part-time position should submit an application by April 7.

Update — A new naturalist has been selected.

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