Hire ACE

Hire ACE

 

ACE’s Conservation Corps and Conservation Volunteer projects represent the spectrum of practical environmental restoration work accomplished on America’s public lands. In 2012 ACE completed crew projects for 22 National Parks, 13 National Forests, 7 Wildlife Refuges, 7 Bureau of Land Management Field Offices, and in partnership with dozens of local parks, non-profits, and land trusts.

ACE staff takes pride in responding to flexible and revolving agency requests and have crews available to land managers for virtually any projects requiring energetic team labor. Our most typical crew activities include trail construction, trail maintenance, forest thinning for wildfire hazard reduction, burned area restoration, erosion control, invasive species eradication, planting, fence construction, and sensitive plant and wildlife surveys.

Projects are completed in as little as one day or can last up to a full year and sometimes engage multiple crews simultaneously. Conservation Corps members generally participate in at least several projects during their term with ACE while Conservation Volunteer participants rotate every 2 – 4 week to experience the maximum diversity of experience possible. In order to ensure a level of field proficiency and productivity, while also arming young adults with marketable field skills, ACE conservation corps members specialize in specific tracks such as trail construction, fuels reduction. or fencing.

Project locations vary from year to year, season to season, state to state. ACE cannot promise to assign corps members or volunteers to specific projects or even that projects in specific Parks, Forests, or preserves will be available. However, reviewing ACE’s recently completed projects provides a realistic sense of the type opportunities we offer, the skill sets that ACE members learn, and gives the best indication of the range of 2015 projects in each of our state programs.

If you would like more information on hiring an ACE crew please reach out to our Regional or Program Directors:

Chris Baker

President, ACE

2900 North Fort Valley Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Email:cbaker@usaconservation.org
Cell:(928) 699-1068
Fax:(928) 226-1549

Matthew Roberts, PhD

Intermountain Regional Director

2900 N Fort Valley Rd
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Email:mattr@usaconservation.org
Cell:(928) 814-8226
Office:(928) 226-6960
Fax:(928) 226-1549

Shane Barrow

National Internship Director, ACE

Emerging Professionals Internship Corps (EPIC)
623 East 2100 South Suite #B1
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
Email:sbarrow@usaconservation.org
Office:(801) 946-5379
Fax:(866) 604-9307

Jordan Rolfe

Director, ACE Arizona

2900 N Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA
Email:jordan@usaconservation.org
Cell:928-814-8781
Office:(928) 226-6960
Fax:(928) 226-1549

Sarah Miggins

Director, ACE California

333 Soquel Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Email:smiggins@usaconservation.org
Cell:(310) 963-6075
Office:(928) 814-8753
Fax:(831) 427-1047

Jake Powell

Director, ACE Utah

376 Sunland Drive, Suite 3A
St. George, Utah 84790
Email:jpowell@usaconservation.org
Cell:(801) 367-7628

Adam Scherm

Director, ACE Southeast

28 Schenck Pkwy. Suite 200
Asheville, NC 28803
Email:ascherm@usaconservation.org
Cell:(928) 814-2647

Hannah Wendel

Youth and Community Programs

2900 North Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Email:hwendel@usaconservation.org
Office: 928-226-6960
Cell: 801) 946-5379
Fax: (928) 226-1549

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