Badlands Search and Rescue of North Dakota is looking for volunteer members to join their team. They're based in western North Dakota and are a nonprofit group that helps find lost individuals.

So, if you're someone who loves outdoor adventures, has experience in the great outdoors, enjoys activities like hunting, fishing, hiking, or snowmobiling, and has a heart for helping others, then they want you on their team!

Badlands SAR started back in September 2018 in Watford City, North Dakota, thanks to Travis Bateman, who saw the need for such a team during his time as a deputy sheriff. They've been working hard ever since to improve search and rescue skills, with the support of volunteers, community partners, and others who share their mission.

They're all about learning new skills related to search & rescue, and they're looking for folks who are reliable, team players, and ready to attend training, meetings, and missions anytime, day or night, across North Dakota and eastern Montana.

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Positions up for grabs include roles like SAR Technician (covering ground, water, K9, mounted, drone, and support), but you gotta be at least 18 years old, have a valid driver's license, and pass a physical agility test.

If you're interested or want more info, shoot them an email at badlandssarnd@gmail.com or check out their website at www.badlandssar.org and find them on Facebook. 

 

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