Calling All Cultural and Environmental Heritage Writers: Help Us Protect Naturalized Areas
Are you a passionate writer who cares deeply about cultural and environmental heritage? Do you want to help us honour the United Nations Decade on Indigenous Languages? Are you interested in helping us share traditional ecological knowledge to protect important naturalized areas?
If so, we need you!
We’re looking for a Cultural and Environmental Heritage Writer to work with us to help protect these areas, which are laboratories in ecological succession and habitats for federally and provincially listed species at risk. As a Cultural and Environmental Heritage Writer/Editor, you’ll have the opportunity to help us communicate these important messages to a wider audience and ensure that these areas are protected for generations to come.
As a Cultural and Environmental Heritage Writer, you’ll be responsible for researching, writing, and editing content related to the protection of these naturalized areas. You’ll be tasked with understanding the issues, the history, and the current state of these areas, as well as working with us to share traditional ecological knowledge and honour the United Nations Decade on Indigenous Languages. You’ll also be responsible for ensuring that your content is accurate, up-to-date, and engaging.
We’re looking for someone who is passionate about cultural and environmental heritage and has a proven track record of writing engaging and informative content. You should have a good understanding of the issues surrounding naturalized areas, as well as a strong grasp of the English language. Knowledge of the United Nations Decade on Indigenous Languages and traditional ecological knowledge is an asset.
If you think you have what it takes to be a Cultural and Environmental Heritage Writer, please contact us today firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Are you a passionate environmental and cultural heritage enthusiast looking to make a difference? We’re looking for an experienced Prairie Forest Guide app editor to help facilitate ethnobotanical learning for a growing audience.
At Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas Inc., we’re devoted to connecting people with the natural world. We believe in the importance of educating and inspiring people to appreciate and protect the environment. Our Prairie Forest Guide app has become a valuable resource for learning more about the cultural and environmental heritage of the prairies. We are seeking an experienced Prairie Forest Guide editor to help support the growth of this resource.
As the Prairie Forest Guide editor, (contract position) your role will be to curate and create content for the app. You’ll be responsible for researching and creating educational materials, such as facts, images, and stories, that will help bring the cultural and environmental heritage of the prairies to life.
We’re looking for someone with a deep understanding of the cultural and environmental heritage of the prairies, as well as experience facilitating ethnobotanical learning. The ideal candidate for this role will be a creative and organized individual with excellent communications and research skills.
If you’re passionate about preserving the prairie legacy and want to make a difference, then this could be the perfect opportunity for you. Apply today email@example.com to join us in our mission to educate and inspire people to appreciate and protect the environment.