About the Position
Applications are due March 16, 2017.
This position operates as a project manager for developing and improving campus GATEway gardens and teaching collections and works with UC Davis faculty, students, staff and key community members to design sustainable, regionally-appropriate, and educational landscapes.
This position is also responsible for developing and managing volunteer programs and student internships, participating in a variety of fundraising activities including grant writing, and supporting donor stewardship needs.
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GATEways Project Posts
- February 16, 2017
The courtyard of the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science, home to the UC Davis Good Life...January 6, 2017
originally posted on October 23, 2015 Visit the newest UC Davis GATEways Project site — the UC Davis Horticulture...October 23, 2015
Posted on 9/28/15 Over the past few years a small piece of our campus quietly evolved from an underutilized...September 28, 2015
COMMUNITY FESTIVAL Date: Sunday, May 3 Time: 1-3 p.m. Place: Arboretum GATEway Garden MAP A shovel sculpture that has...April 27, 2015
“Guess the weight” photos have become a tradition at the UC Davis Thank Goodness for Staff (TGFS) picnic each...April 3, 2015
YOU ARE INVITED to a FREE community festival to dedicate our newest garden, the Arboretum GATEway Garden! DATE: Sunday, May 3...March 5, 2015
On Saturday, October 18, 2014 the UC Davis Arboretum Ambassadors, Bohart Museum of Entomology interns, UC Davis Entomology Club...October 21, 2014
The Putah Creek bike path that connects south Davis to the Arboretum will be closed to both bike and...September 22, 2014
Find out the answer to this question and many more when visiting the California Rock Garden–a Geology GATEway Garden....July 17, 2014
Newly-constructed and planted, the California Native Plant GATEway Garden fills with native plants, art, and community
July 17, 2014 (updated October 16, 2016) Last winter and spring, our newly constructed Arboretum GATEway Garden teemed with student...July 17, 2014
Solar-powered light sculptures created by 48 students in Studio in Sustainable Design (Design 127B) taught by Design Department...April 25, 2014