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Position Title: Resource Planner I – Rain Garden Assistant – 32-hour week

Kitsap Conservation District
Budget for Position: CWK/Grants
Starting Salary Range: Hourly: $22.66

The goals of the KCD Rain Garden Program are to improve water quality and reduce stormwater impacts on private property in unincorporated Kitsap County. This project position is funded by a contractual agreement and scope of work between KCD and Kitsap County. The successful candidate will assist the program in outreach and implementation of projects related to management techniques and treatment technologies that will substantially contribute to the program’s implementation and effectiveness.


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Kitsap Conservation District
Community Food System Specialist

2023-2024 AmeriCorps – 2 positions
(10/15/2023 – 08/31/2024 | 1700 hours)
Serve | Learn | Crush Hunger

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Kitsap Conservation District’s GRACE Garden Project coordinates the Farm to Food Pantry (F2FP)and Farm to Freezer (F2FR) Programs, serving food insecure children, families and seniors in Kitsap County. The Community Food System Specialist will address poverty and food insecurity by increasing the volume of healthy, fresh foods distributed to food banks and support relationships between hunger relief programs, farmers, and community partners. The member will assist with the District’s Hunger Relief programs by coordinating with farmers and food processors to distribute fresh and processed items to food banks and expand capacity and extend hunger relief programming to mobility-limited, underserved communities, and increase access and equity in the local food system.

These positions offer:

  • Monthly Stipend of $2171.43
  • $6895.00 education award that can be used for future schooling or to pay off existing qualified student loan debt (upon successful completion of the service term, subject to federal tax)
  • Basic health insurance (not including vision coverage)
  • Workers compensation coverage
  • Assistance with childcare costs
  • Forbearance (temporarily postponing paying off a loan) of qualified student loans during the service termq
  • Payment of interest on qualified student loans that accrued during the service term (paid after successful completion of service term)
  • Serving in a full-time AmeriCorps position qualifies as “employment” towards the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program
  • Robust professional development opportunities during the service term (October 15 – August 31) and fresh organic vegetables all year long.

For more information: Diane Fish, Program Manager: |360-204-5529 x110

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