Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District

The Cumberland County SWCD is a recognized and respected leader in natural resource conservation.

The District was established in 1946 as part of a nationwide response to the Dust Bowl. As Cumberland County’s land uses have changed over time, the District has worked to meet the soil and water conservation needs of both its rural and urban landscapes.

Today, the District focuses on educational programs and technical services that address the region’s soil and water conservation needs, including stormwater, agriculture, soil health, watershed management, and invasive species.

The District is governed by a Board of Supervisors. The Board is comprised of five Supervisors and additional Associate Supervisors who meet on the third Wednesday of each month. These volunteers identify conservation priorities and opportunities.

Full time
Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District Windham, ME, USA
The Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation District is hiring a District Educator to support their classroom and adult education programs. The District Educator will work with the Education and Outreach team to deliver lessons to K – 12 students in the classroom, outdoor classrooms or through field trips. Adult education programs range from large conferences, workshops, webinars, and field training. Application Deadline: 5:00 p.m. on July 1, 2022 Submit resume, cover letter and three references as one PDF document to . No phone calls please. Duties and Responsibilities Educational Program Support: Design, coordinate, and implement innovative classroom and field study programs in schools: Schedule lessons, service-learning projects, field trips, and summer recreation programs Manage education supply inventories Communicate and coordinate with educational partners Pursue professional development to keep programs meaningful...