Assists but can also lead in field production of SCDNR audio/video projects.
The Times-News in Twin Falls, Idaho is looking for an environmental and enterprise reporter to cover water, wolves and wildfires in Idaho.
The Wildlife Society—a non-profit scientific and educational association dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education—seeks a Science Writer to help produce its award-winning member magazine, The Wildlife Professional and to contribute to the Society’s website.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is looking for a communications and outreach professional who has a passion for the outdoors and can help promote the activities of the Department.
The American Fisheries Society is requesting bids to develop an AFS Strategic Communications Plan.
The Wilderness Society (TWS), a national non-profit organization whose mission is to protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places, is seeking an experienced full-time Communications Manager to join our communications team.
The Montana Standard, a daily newspaper in Butte, is seeking a reporter to cover natural resources and the environment.
We are looking for a contributing travel editor for the magazine’s new travel department.
We have an immediate opening for a multi-talented reporter who can write compelling features on assignment, but also will cover three important beats — natural resources, Kalispell, and statewide politics.
The Upland Almanac is a four-color, quarterly magazine aimed at an audience that has grown to expect good writing about bird hunting, gun dogs, food and fine shotguns, as well as sporting literature, and art.