We're partnering with the U.S. Forest Service to solve a major conservation challenge: locating orphaned and idle oil and gas wells from decades past so they can be prioritized for remediation to protect the environment and ensure public safety.
2019 Pilot Field Season at a Glance
Adventure Scientists is seeking self-motivated, passionate, creative, and adaptive individuals with strong interpersonal skills and previous field research experience to join our resident field crew based near Wayne National Forest in Southern Ohio in early 2019. Public Lands Remediation Field Assistants will live and work closely with several team members to initiate preliminary field work for the new Public Lands Remediation program.
Field Assistants will be responsible for testing a variety of protocols and survey methodologies to locate and collect site data for orphaned and idle energy infrastructure. Specific duties will be dependent on experience, but all field crew members can expect to:
Field assistants can expect 20-30 hours of work per week and will receive a $400/month stipend. For more information, please download the full job description below.