San Diego Earthworks (SDEW) has been awarded a three-year Watershed Coordinator grant by the California Department of Conservation. The new half-time coordinator will help facilitate implementation of the Rose Creek Watershed Opportunities Assessment (Assessment), the watershed plan for the 36-square mile watershed which begins on MCAS Miramar and ends where Rose Creek meets the ocean in Mission Bay.

This position will support the efforts of the Friends of Rose Creek to outreach to stakeholders in the area. Applications will be accepted until April 29. For details, click here. For an outline of what the job will entail, click here.

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