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Canaan Valley Institute average salary is $43,889, median salary is $38,500 with a salary range from $38,500 to $51,972.
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Environmental Scientist/analyst 38,500-38,500 Clearfield, PA, 16830 2010 Canaan Valley Institute Environmental Scientist/analyst Salaries (3)
Canaan Valley Institute Clearfield, PA Salaries
Environmental Scientist/analyst 38,500-38,500 Thomas, WV, 26292 2010 Canaan Valley Institute Environmental Scientist/analyst Salaries (3)
Canaan Valley Institute Thomas, WV Salaries
Research Assoc.19-1013.00-soil & Plant Scientist 51,972-51,972 Thomas, WV, 26292 2010 Canaan Valley Institute Research Assoc.19-1013.00-soil & Plant Scientist Salaries (2)
Canaan Valley Institute Thomas, WV Salaries
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  • Canaan Valley Institute
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Davis, VA
  • Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) is a nonprofit, non-advocacy organization that helps organizations identify, solve, and implement solutions to serious water issues impacting their daily lives. Our organization's technical capabilities and human resources come together to help community organizations, government agency partners, and businesses solve two of the most widespread problems in the Mid-Atlantic Highlands: streambank erosion and polluted waters caused by inadequate wastewater treatment. CVI has a wide array of services and programs and the people to assist you. We can help you identify the problem, plan ways to solve it, connect you with potential working partners, identify possible sources