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Apply to be a Landscape Adaptation Fellow

Restore wetland habitats, care for climate-ready trees, and renovate campus landscapes to better handle a warming climate as a fellow with the California Climate Action Corps at the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden. In addition to on the ground work, fellows will also undergo training, build networks and work under expert mentors.

Sheep Shift Climate Poetry

From April 24 to 26, the UC Davis Sheepmowers, a team comprised of several dozen sheep working in partnership with the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden to maintain campus lawns as part of an ongoing research endeavor, join forces with the Big Shift (an ongoing construction project essential to reducing our campus's reliance on fossil fuels). Together, they are collaborating to create "Sheep Shift Climate Poetry."

Apply to be a Putah Creek Riparian Reserve Field Technician

The UC Davis Riparian Reserve is looking to fill 2 summer Field Technician positions assisting with the ongoing habitat enhancement, restoration, and maintenance of these diverse public spaces. This position will focus on stewarding hundreds of acres of land through active hands-on field work for wildlife and visitors to use and enjoy.  The Technicians can expect to gain extensive knowledge and practical skills in vegetation management, community-based restoration, and regional plant and wildlife identification.

Apply to be the Arboretum Ambassador Student Photographer

We are hiring an Arboretum Ambassador Student Photographer! This is a unique paid position that involves taking and editing photos of community events and Learning by Leading™ program activities to be be publicized by the Arboretum and Public Garden and Learning by Leading's newsletters

Apply by April 1: Grounds Supervisor

Help steward and expand sustainable landscapes across the UC Davis campus. Apply to be a Grounds Supervisor at UC Davis, where every career employee receives extremely competitive health and retirement benefits.