Members of the Wilderness Volunteers spent a week on the North Kaibab Ranger District conducting trail maintenance in Saddle Mountain Wilderness.
















Many individuals and organizations contribute volunteer time and labor to the Kaibab National Forest.

One of the longest running and most popular volunteer programs on the Kaibab is Passport in Time, a volunteer archaeology and historic preservation program. Volunteers work with professional Forest Service archaeologists on diverse activities such as surveys and excavation, rock art restoration, historic structure restoration, analysis of artifacts and more. The Kaibab National Forest hosts a P.I.T. project annually. Recent Kaibab P.I.T. projects have included cataloguing pueblo sites on the North Kaibab Ranger District and analyzing ceramics along the rim of Sycamore Canyon on the Williams Ranger District.

Other organizations that have recently performed volunteer work on the Kaibab National Forest have included the Wilderness Volunteers, Flagstaff Biking Organization, Grand Canyon Trust Volunteers and many more.


Project In Time volunteers hike down from an archaeological site on the Williams Ranger District.


A Working Vacation!