At Wilderness Volunteers, we believe every day is a day worth celebrating the earth. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have fun and give something back on this nationwide day!
There are two great Wilderness Volunteers projects in the field this week, giving something back by stewarding our public lands on California’s Lost Coast (pictured on the left) and around the slickrock arches and towers of Moab, Utah. While it’s too late to join those projects, there are still many outdoor adventures available so that you can give back and celebrate the earth in 2015. Volunteers are need for projects in spectacular areas, such as Yosemite National Park, Sheldon Wildlife Refuge, the Mokelumne Wilderness high in the Sierra, and many more! And if you must get to Moab, there is another opportunity to give back there on the project in the cool and comfortable La Sal Mountains that provide the perfect backdrop for so many photos from the red rock desert.
If you have any questions about our projects or need a little help selecting the one that’s right for you, please contact us at (928) 255-1128 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks so much for giving something back with Wilderness Volunteers! Happy Earth Day!!!