| Boiling Point No. 07 - December 1984 |
COOKSTOVE NEWS NEEDS A MANAGER
Cookstove News has built up an international reputation in its three years of existence in presenting solutions to the world's firewood crisis. We have concentrated on providing a service to people working in Third World development and a forum for communication between field workers and policymakers.
We are now exploring possibilities for changing the scope and format of Cookstove News and reorganizing its production.
We have a position available for someone with energy and enthusiasm to organize the production and promotion of Cookstove News as its manager. Important qualifications of the job include:
* a concern about the world's fuelwood shortage and lives of women in the Third World.
* skills in research, editing, writing, production, and fundraising,
* ability to organize and work with volunteers,
* an interest in making Cookstove News into an exciting and self-supporting journal.
Benefits of the job include the opportunity to live in the community at the Aprovecho Research Center located in a secluded, forested valley in Oregon's Coast Mountain Range, the chance to learn more about appropriate technologies, Third World development issues, and the organizations involved in this fascinating field.
For more information contact Elain Hogg or Ianto Evans at Aprovecho Research Center, 80574 Hazelton Road, Cottage Grove, Oregon 97424, USA.