Position: Creek Rehabilitation Assistant
Type: volunteer position with accom., plus $50 stipend for each day of labour
Organization: Mainland Enhancement of Salmonoid Species Society
Location: Echo Bay, Gilford Island, British Columbia
M.E.S.S.S plans to enhance the Coho and Cutthroat Trout habitat in 4 tributaries of Loose Lake, Gilford Island from July 15th – August 7th (approx.) Creek names: Minihump Creek, The Connector Creek, Shoal Harbour Creek, Scott Cove Creek. Between 0.5 and 1 ton of 1" Limestone gravel will be added to 3 of the most acidic creeks, as well 1-3" Coho spawning gravel to three of the creeks in 0.5 -3 ton quantities. By adding gravel and limestone we hope to rehabilitate existing Trout and Coho fisheries by restoring the ph to consistently reach a minimum of 5.4, providing new habitat for invertebrates, increasing spawning habitat, egg and alevin survival, dissolved oxygen levels and also lowering temperature.
MESSS is currently looking for either one full time or multiple part time volunteer assistants to work with our field technician for a period of about 3 weeks. A stipend of $50 PLUS accommodation at Salmon Coast field station will be provided by MESSS for each day of labour.
Duty will include manually moving limestone and gravel into creeks under the direction of MESSS. All necessary equipment and transportation will be provided.
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GoodWork ID: 41241 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jul 7 2017