Peckerwood Garden conservation Foundation is not currently hiring.
About the Garden
Peckerwood Garden, the creation of John Fairey, located in Hempstead, Texas, forty miles northwest of Houston, is an outstanding repository of rare and unusual plants from the United States, Mexico, and Asia. Balancing artistic expression and scientific discovery, it fosters educational and scientific programs and encourages greater knowledge and appreciation of horticulture. The garden was founded in the early 1970s and continues to seek and implement new ways to explore, research, document and make available diverse native species emphasizing counterparts from Texas and Mexico.
The Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation (PGCF) was established to preserve existing collections; support continued plant exploration and trials; and develop, maintain and preserve the land and facilities of Peckerwood Garden. Peckerwood is poised to operate as a public garden owned and managed by the Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation and is a preservation partner with the Garden Conservancy. The garden and the adjoining former nursery property encompass 40 acres.
To apply, please print our application above, fill out and either email along with a resume to Adam Black firstname.lastname@example.org or call 979-826-3232 to arrange a time to deliver in person. Please do not stop by without arranging in advance, as we are not always in the office.
Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all foundation activities are conducted without discrimination based on race, color, genetics, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age or status as a protected veteran. PGCF is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
Please email a cover letter expressing interest and a resume, including three references to email@example.com. Applications are not being reviewed now.