Cascadia Wildlands is a regional conservation organization that places a huge emphasis on the well-being of our employees, our relationships with the community, and our role in the greater environmental movement.
Candidates interested in working at Cascadia Wildlands must have:
- A passion for wild places, wildlife, and grassroots movements
- A commitment to building a more diverse, equitable and inclusive environment in the office and in the larger conservation community
- Professional etiquette and a high standard of accountability
- An ability to form meaningful relationships with diverse and sometimes disparate constituencies
- A commitment to building a movement through cultivating volunteers, creating personal connections with community members, and supporting fellow staff members in their work
- A commitment to minimizing our organization’s environmental footprint
- A commitment to preventing and/or resolving conflicts and communicating openly and honestly
- A positive, solutions-oriented approach to work and a sense of humor
Cascadia Wildlands is also committed to cultivating a diverse, empowered, and respectful community in the workplace and beyond. We do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, parental status, marital status, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.
Wildlands Director (September 30, 2020 deadline, applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP)
We are not accepting applications for internships at this time.
Spring at Cascadia Wildlands is marked each year by a handful of aspiring attorneys joining our legal program from various parts of the country. Overseen by Legal Director Nick Cady, these law students receive real-world experience working for an environmental non-profit and are tasked with duties such as drafting complaints and preliminary injunctions, researching case law to support our claims, field checking timber sales and proposed pipelines, attending oral argument in state and federal court, and even hopping behind our outreach table at places like the bluegrass-heavy Northwest String Summit. Our legal interns greatly bolster our litigation efforts and help us notch lasting victories for the wildlands, waterways and species in Cascadia. Many have gone on to become leaders as our country’s next generation of public interest, environmental attorneys.
Current legal interns.