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Thu, Apr 17th at 2:09 pm
L. Greenwood
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Getting ready to educate kids and adults during your upcoming Earth Day celebration? Download our free materials today, and help save trees and forests from invasive forest pests!

 

Don't Move Firewood Coloring Sheets

- Asian longhorned beetle coloring sheet

- Emerald ash borer coloring sheet

Fri, Apr 18th at 11:16 am
L. Greenwood
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What a week! If you applied for our two summer internship positions, please - PLEASE - check the email account that you included on your resume and/or cover letter. We have now emailed all the current first round phone interview candidates. Phone interviews are starting today! CHECK YOUR EMAIL.

 

Thanks! Have a great weekend.

 

 

Thu, Apr 17th at 2:09 pm
L. Greenwood
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Getting ready to educate kids and adults during your upcoming Earth Day celebration? Download our free materials today, and help save trees and forests from invasive forest pests!

 

Don't Move Firewood Coloring Sheets

- Asian longhorned beetle coloring sheet

- Emerald ash borer coloring sheet

Thu, Apr 10th at 11:00 am
L. Greenwood
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Dear Don't Move Firewood,

I am wondering about moving oak firewood from Missouri to Colorado.  If it is legal do we need a permit or something to go across different states?  If you could please let me know I would appreciate it.

Thank you,

Two Missourians

 

Dear Two Missourians,

Thu, Apr 10th at 10:47 am
L. Greenwood
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Curious what's up with your application to be an intern with Don't Move Firewood? We closed the application period on Monday night and are now reviewing the many applications. We are SO EXCITED about all the really great applicants.

 

We hope to conclude the first round of reviews this week, and will be contacting potential interviewees next week. Most importantly, we can already tell that we'll have many more awesome people apply than we could ever hope to hire, so THANK YOU for all your interest!

 

Wed, Mar 12th at 12:51 pm
L. Greenwood
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Enthusiastic conservation interns needed for two positions (one 3 months, one 6 months) in Western Massachusetts with Don't Move Firewood's summer campaign! Our interns will travel to events throughout the region to educate the public about the issues tackled by Don't Move Firewood- talking about invasive forest pests moving on contaminated firewood, and how people can help look for and report pests. Experience speaking with the public is crucial, a background and/or education in forest issues, conservation biology, or other related field is desirable.

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