The GMUG National Forest welcomes your help! Caring for your national forest and the needs of the people who use it is a big job. No matter what your training, experiences, or area of interest, there likely is a volunteer position for you in a field that interests you—trail work, campground hosting, bird surveys, information receptionist, range conservation, wilderness restoration, conservation education, and others.
Volunteering can provide valuable experience and lifelong memories. Opportunities range from a single-day project to a long-term undertaking lasting for several months. The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest is a resource we all share. You may help fulfill the Forest Service mission, at the same time you:
Earn college credits with volunteer internships
Diversify your job experience
Provide community service
Increase your career choices
Meet people and form new friendships
Give it a try! For more information, please contact the GMUG National Forest Volunteer Coordinator: Lee Ann loupe (970) 874-6717 or click on the links in the righthand column.
Volunteer as a cabin caretaker on the Grand Valley Ranger District