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We’re Hiring!

Ready to turn your passion into impact? Join the Berks Nature team!

Vice President for Land and Conservation Programs

The Vice President for Land and Conservation Programs will need to think strategically to help plan and implement the land, water, urban greening and conservation outreach programs of Berks Nature. Primary responsibilities are conservation program and project management as well as building and maintaining relationships with local, regional and state governments and other NGO (non-government organizations) that will facilitate a proactive approach to the conservation of our natural and cultural assets in Berks County. 

Applications are due by October 28, 2022. Click here for a full job description and for application instructions.

Welcome Receptionist and Store Associate

Berks Nature is looking for a welcome receptionist and store associate who is
cheerful, professional and service-oriented. The successful candidate is a
proactive problem solver who likes completing projects and taking care of others. This position functions independently, but will require coordination with other staff members.

Applications are due by October 15, 2022. Click here for a full job description and for application instructions.


Please note that MetEd will be replacing utility towers on Neversink Mountain, which also requires vegetation mowing, tree trimming, and access construction. Berks Nature recommends that trail users avoid the areas closest to this construction and the electrical transmission line right of way, which includes the St. Lawrence Trail, Promenade Trail, and southern portion of the Neversink Trail.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization, Berks Nature has been serving the Berks County community since 1974. Land preservation, water protection, trail management, community gardens, education programs, State of the Environment, Eco-Camp and our valued partnerships are at the center of Berks Nature’s work every day.

We hope you join us by becoming a Champion of Nature. You’ll enjoy exclusive benefits, while supporting programs that help connect people to nature and maintain the natural beauty of Berks County.

“In 2011 I walked about 200 miles and lost about 70lbs on trails throughout PA and MD. I drove all over finding trails new to me. Yesterday a friend and I hiked the Gravity Trail (right in my own back yard.) What a gem of greater Reading! Beautiful job. There were times I could hardly believe I was so close to the city.”

~ Greater Reading Trail hiker

Thank you so much for having the 7th grade students of Kutztown visit the Burkholder farm. This opportunity was an incredibly eye opening experience for all involved. Teaching about farming practices, sustainability, clean water and buying locally is one thing, but actually seeing it in action is what changes the mind frame.

Kutztown Middle School teacher about their farm tour with Berks Nature

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