The 2011 Wilderness Volunteer service projects are on the website – all 55 of them!
Spread across 21 states – including Alaska, Hawaii, and a handful of states east of the Mississippi – projects range from trail maintenance and trail building to invasive species removal, campsite restoration, revegetation and more. Regardless of your age and experience, there’s a project for everyone – including two canoe trips. Not interested in “roughin’ it” in the backcountry, or looking for a less strenuous adventure? Try a front-country car camping trip. Check out the schedule and reserve your place now.
As always, these trips would not be possible without our volunteer leaders, who each year generously donate their time and energy to coordinate trip logistics, prepare menus and meals, and lead groups of eager volunteers into the backcountry. If you’re interested in joining this outstanding bunch, consider signing up for the 2011 Wilderness Volunteers Leader Training Trip in the Santa Fe National Forest’s Pecos Wilderness.
Lastly, as we enter the holiday season, consider giving the gift of adventure: a Wilderness Volunteers gift certificate. For just $299, you can provide friends and family with stunning landscapes and starry nights, camaraderie and good cheer, and the satisfaction of “giving something back” in one of America’s magnificent wild places.
Thanks again for “Giving Something Back” in 2011!
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