Become a spokesperson for the national forests of Central Oregon. You have the opportunity to apply your skills and inform visitors of the natural wonders surrounding this area.  Whether you are out in the field or assisting in our information centers, volunteering provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the beauty of Central Oregon while working with your U.S. Forest Service.

You can help visitors learn about geology, join archeologists to document prehistoric sites, maintain trails for hiking, skiing, horseback riding, running, mountain biking, off-highway vehicle riding, or snowmobiling. There are many opportunities for volunteers in Central Oregon. Find yours today.


For current volunteer opportunities please contact Discover Your Forest, our nonprofit partner and volunteer coordinator:

Stacey Cochran, Volunteer & Stewardship Coordinator: (541) 383-5530, stacey.cochran@discovernw.org

Learn more about volunteering on the National Forests of Central Oregon at www.discoveryourforest.org/volunteer.  

Volunteers cleaning Grassland

A group of volunteers cleans camping areas along the Alder Springs Trail on the Crooked River National Grassland.