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Help Friends of Scotchman Peaks WIlderness by speaking with a member of their organization on the phone for 1 hour about their human resources needs.
Friends of Scotchman Peaks WIlderness
Sandpoint, ID, USA
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Posted August 4th

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What We'd Like To Talk About
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I'd like feedback on updates to our employee handbook, with an eye to policy and language updates to make sure our handbook is using best practices with regards to equity, diversity and inclusiveness

Additional Context

Ideally, I would like to set up a call with myself (the ED) our board chair and governance commmittee chair sometime the week of August 2nd. Is that possible?

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Friends of Scotchman Peaks WIlderness
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Philip H.

Executive Director

Our Mission

To pass on a Scotchman Peaks Wilderness for our children and grandchildren.

What We Do

The Scotchman Peaks have been passed down to children and grandchildren for as long as people have lived in the Inland Northwest. They are the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa Nation, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, and the Kalispel Tribe.

The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness is committed to saving this land for children and grandchildren yet to come. The mission is simple: using every available tool to save the wild Scotchmans.

There are many ways the Friends pursue that goal. One of the most important is advocating for designated Wilderness status. While the Scotchman Peaks region is managed as recommended wilderness, it takes an act of Congress to create the Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. Saving the land for years to come.

That's just the beginning of what the Friends do. The organization also works to connect community members with their wild backyard. Volunteers generously give their time to maintaining the trails that keep wilderness accessible to everyone. They educate adults and kids alike on the natural world and why it matters. Perhaps most importantly, they inspire others through their passion and enthusiasm for wild places.

The fact is that wilderness matters. It provides crucial habitat to wildlife, plants and trees. It attracts tourists that drive the local economy. It's a wonderland for hikers, hunters, fishers and nature lovers. And it provides people an escape from the stress of modern life. The world needs country left untamed. And, for Idaho and Montana, Scotchman Peaks is that wild place.

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