Wildlands Restoration Volunteers

Volunteer

Come help restore beautiful sites all across Colorado with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers! We have opportunities for all ages, abilities and interests. No experience necessary, and we welcome families and groups. Experienced and friendly volunteer leaders work alongside you to learn new skills in a safe environment, have a great time outdoors and make new friends.

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Registration is now open for single-day events through July and overnight projects into September. Here are some highlights:
 
2020 saw Colorado’s largest wildfires. In 2021, over 700 volunteers came out for the recovery effort, and we aim to match that in 2022. The need is great – join us to rehabilitate slopesplant trees, and stabilize burned trails. We also have family projects including a family campout at Cal-Wood!
 
Come see long-term restoration in action at Campbell ValleySummit Lake, and Rocky Mountain NP. Join us as we rehabilitate closed roads in Park County and improve sage-grouse habitat out west. Around Longmont, we have beaver & prairie dog projects, St. Vrain SP, and Farms for Pollinators.
 
Make plans for a weekend camping trip repairing trails in the Indian PeaksRed Feather Lakes, or Cameron Peak burn area. Come help build a boardwalk on the Peaks Trail outside Frisco or maintain trails up our state’s 14ers. You can also join a crosscut saw crew clearing trails.
 
We’ll be cleaning up the St. Vrain through Longmont, watering plants on the S. Platte by Greeley, plus stay tuned for new planting projects!
 
Protect our native plant biodiversity by joining our spring weed purge – more dates coming soon! Our seed collections get underway in June.
 
Help prep food for volunteer overnight projects during Cooks in the Kitchen at our new Longmont headquarters, or check out one of our trainings!

 

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We add new volunteer opportunities nearly every month of the year, so be sure to check back regularly or create an account to receive the WRV Project Digest.
Fall projects open for registration on June 14.