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Now Hiring: Inland Empire Program and Outreach Director

October 29th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Now Hiring: Inland Empire Program and Outreach Director”

The Inland Empire region spans the developed areas of western Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Running through the I.E. from the mountains to the Pacific Ocean, is the historically rich Santa Ana River. The Santa Ana River (SAR) is 96 miles long and the watershed is 2,650 square miles in size with approximately 3.5 million residents. NotableI.E. cities the SAR runs through are Redlands, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Corona.

One of the primary goals of the Inland Empire Waterkeeper is to be a steward of the River; to introduce and educate the public to the River, to collaborate with local cities and agencies to improve conditions along the River, and to be proactive and visionary to ensure a swimmable, drinkable and fishable River.

The Inland Empire Waterkeeper is seeking a motivated and talented Program and Outreach Director to manage the Inland Empire Waterkeeper Program, assisting the Coastkeeper executive staff in fulfilling our mission by collecting accurate information on the health of the River, engaging the public to be knowledgeable stewards of the River, and ensuring ample operating funds are generated for the IEWK by grant writing, fundraising, and building corporate relationships. This unique position will also participate in effective regional coalitions working to effect positive change for our water and natural resources.

This is a full-time position. The ideal candidate must be flexible to work some weekends and evenings. Salary starts at $50,000 alongside a generous vacation policy, paid holidays, and health insurance.

Responsibilities:

Conduct regular water quality monitoring and citizen activities to supportwater quality monitoring in the Santa Ana River watershed.Coordinate and lead regional efforts on the Santa Ana River Trailprogram.Participate in public speaking engagements and presentations to educatecommunity groups, school children, and potential members about issuesimpacting the Santa Ana River.Organize and conduct volunteer activities; including regular river cleanups,paddle trips, and invasive species removal.Participate in public relations and communications efforts with media,members, and the public via press released, marketing materials, biannualnewsletter, website, social media and email alerts.Work to cultivate donors, recruit members, and solicit corporate sponsors.Manage the membership database to log and track donations, andsolicitation letters.Identify and apply for grant opportunities that support programs and staff.Work with local educators to provide school presentations and field trips.Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.The Program and Outreach Director reports to the Executive Director andwill have guidance from the Associate Program Director and DeputyProgram Director. In addition, this position will have the support fromCoastkeeper’s education, science, and legal staff.This position may require flexible hours, including working occasionallyafter hours, evenings, and weekends.

Qualifications:

Very important is the ability to take initiative and work independently as well aswith a team.Committed to environmental justice and protecting and preserving theenvironment, especially our water resources. Knowledge of the Inland Empireand Santa Ana River is also preferred.Bachelor’s degree in natural resources, communications, education, or a similarfield is preferred.At least two years of experience working in water science, environmentaleducation, non-profit management, political science, fundraising, or policymaking.Project management experience including directing a project from conceptionto completion.Fundraising and community organizing abilities are preferred.Experience in modern social media & web based communication tools;excellent written and verbal communication skills; public speaking skills. Bilingualskills preferred.Proficiency in database management is preferred.Must possess a valid state-issued driver’s license & own or have access to a reliable vehicle for work-related use.

Interested in Applying?

Please submit your resume, cover letter, and two (2) professional references with contact information to Matt Sylvester, Communications Director at matt@coastkeeper.org.

Applications will be accepted until we find this unique individual. After an initial screening, an interview will be scheduled. A sample of your writing abilities may be requested.

Orange County Coastkeeper does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing or staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing and inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, volunteers, subcontractors, and members.

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Fishing, Camping & Exploring Wild Jungle & Coast in Panama (MULTI SPECIES) – Part 3

October 27th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fishing, Camping & Exploring Wild Jungle & Coast in Panama (MULTI SPECIES) – Part 3”


In this episode it’s our final day camping way off the grid on the uninhabited southern coast of Panama, and we’re making the most of it. We’re fishing from the beach and rocky shore right in our front yard for a wide variety of species, exploring the jungle behind camp where we find a critically endangered species of monkey and several other large mammals, harvesting wild fruits and hoping for the best, and kayak fishing offshore for yellowfin tuna and more. This was an incredible finish to the trip of a lifetime.

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Fly Fishing a Hidden Waterfall for Trout | Field Trips Oklahoma

October 26th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fly Fishing a Hidden Waterfall for Trout | Field Trips Oklahoma”


In this episode we’re back with Trey and Morgan Prater in Broken Bow, Oklahoma doing some fly fishing in the Lower Mountain Fork River. This time the target is our first brown trout, and our friend Peter Breeden is showing up to help us get it done. Then we’re heading to the dam to try and beat our personal best rainbows. Watch to see if Jennifer outfishes me this time!
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Remote Camping & Kayak Fishing on Panama’s Wild Pacific Coast (ROOSTERFISH) – Part 2

October 20th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Remote Camping & Kayak Fishing on Panama’s Wild Pacific Coast (ROOSTERFISH) – Part 2”


In this episode we’re still camping and fishing WAY off the grid on Panama’s remote southern coast to see if we can live off the land and the sea for 3 days. In part 2 we wake up to howler monkeys in our camp, catch clean & cook up a variety of fish like yellowfin tuna and almaco jacks, enjoy some time in the freshwater lagoon behind our tents and kayak fish for GIANT roosterfish offshore in our front yard. This is the adventure of a lifetime.

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Hobie Mirage Outback Walkthrough | Worlds Best Selling Fishing Kayak

October 19th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Hobie Mirage Outback Walkthrough | Worlds Best Selling Fishing Kayak”


Our best of all worlds kayak hull that is designed and and proven in all conditions all around the world! The Outback has a long and proud history but has been reimagined and redesigned many times to keep it’s edge as the leader.
Follow along as Morgan Promnitz covers all the amazing features, explains some of the history and compares the outback to some of its competition.
Each year Hobie has always looked to pack the Outback with all the best features while keeping the hull weight and size manageable. Powered by the award winning MirageDrive 180 with Kick-up Turbo length fins. Equally as powerful forward and in reverse! The Kick-Up fins work just like before while under power but in the event you hit an obstacle underwater the fins fold back and out of the way, once you pedal they drive back forward and into position again. The Turbo length fins are our longest and largest fins and power the Outback along with incredible efficiency. While you pedal you’re supported by the Vantage CTW seatback, this is an amazing seat loaded with adjustments and features but the “W” stands for the extra width that is unique to the Outback and offers a bit wider seat bottom for maximizing comfort and fitting all users. The entire height of the seatback is adjustable on both the front edge and back edge with a number of variation so anyone can find the best angle and posture while enjoying the water. We included a lumbar adjustment the utilizes a BOA ratchet. The seating surfaces are built using a 3D mesh that is very supportive but also breathable to keep you cool and dry. Gear storage is maximized in the Outback with large hatches, gear cutouts on the sides of the cockpit and also the sides of the cargo area. Complete with H-Rail mounting surfaces, Gear tracks, Gear pockets, cutout of tools, numerous attachment points and bungees galore to handle all sorts of rigging configurations. The rudder that steers the hull is tucked under the back for safety, can be controlled from either of the dual steering handles so no matter what arm you prefer to use to cast you’ll have the other to control direction. Hobie Guardian is the name for our Retractable Transducer mounting area on the bottom side of the hull. Guardian was designed to be the most ideal way to mount a side imaging sonar or fish finder, from a control in the cockpit you can retract the transducer up safety into the hull while beaching but then drop it back below the hull so it can scan to the sides. The rudder kicks up and folds back down into place automatically. Multiple moulded in rod holders, tackle storage, grab handles, cup holders and multiple through-hull scuppers as drain points that double as mounts for our plug-in beach carts. The Outback also comes with a loading device that clips onto the rear loading handle and makes solo loading of the hull onto your car top so much easier!

Length: 12′ 9″ / 3.89 m
Width: 34″ / .86 m
Capacity: 425 lbs / 192.78 kg
Fitted Hull Weight: 85 lbs / 38.56 kg *
Fully Rigged Weight: 103 lbs / 46.72 kg *
Hull Construction: Rotomolded Polyethylene

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