Living Rivers offer a variety of internship opportunities for
students and others wishing to work under experienced activists. In addition
to being exposed to leading-edge river activism, Living Rivers interns can
gain valuable skills in grassroots organizing, coalition development, research
and writing for campaigns and media outreach. Living Rivers internships
require a minimum commitment of 20 hours per week for at least 11 weeks. A
stipend of up to $100 a month may be provided.
This e-mail announcement list is a great way to stay
informed and up-to-date on the latest news from the Living Rivers campaign
front, and action items the public may need to take from time to time to
accelerate river restoration in the West. It's also a great way to learn
about events in your area, or make an effort to get to those happening out
Living Rivers' success is built on the dedication and
commitment of many volunteers and in-kind support from network organizations.
But the coordination and administration of Living Rivers' restoration
campaigns requires significant financial support as well. Please consider
becoming a contributor to our successes! Living Rivers Membership offers the
following exciting benefits:
- Conservationist($30): Receives quarterly newsletter,
Living River Currents
- Defender($60): Receives Living Rivers Currents
and a Living Rivers mug
- Advocate($100): Receives Living Rivers Currents
a Living Rivers T- shirt.
- Leader($500): Receives Living Rivers Currents,
Mug, T-shirt and invitation to our Annual Dinner
- Join the Living Rivers Society at $1,500 and
also receive a 2-day river outing led by an experienced Living
Living Rivers members can feel confident that their
financial investments are being utilized effectively and efficiently
by our experienced, committed staff, who know how to get the most
bang out of every buck contributed.
Living Rivers is funded entirely by contributions
from individuals, corporations and foundations. Living Rivers is
recognized as a charitable/educational organization under section
501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code. Donations to
Living Rivers are tax deductible as allowed by law.
The growing movement for large-scale river restoration is
built on the dedication of volunteers utilizing their creativity
and initiative to further
public support for bringing our rivers back to life.
Volunteer activities range from critical outreach work such as petitioning,
organizing house parties and distributing literature at events to assisting
Living Rivers staff and its network organizations on special projects critical
to the implementation of our campaigns. Living Rivers is committed to ensuring
that each volunteer has the opportunity to utilize their expertise and passion
to their maximum potential, and to have an enjoyable and rewarding time as we
travel the road together toward restored rivers and watersheds.
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Last Update: September 14, 2004