Volunteering

[Photograph]: Forest Service employee working with children.

Volunteers are the heart beat of the Forest Service. The types of work a volunteer can perform are many and varied. It is a program that has something for everyone - retirees, professionals, students, and young people, as well as service clubs and youth groups. Some volunteers work full-time for a short period of time, while others donate a few hours a day each week or contribute a one-time service. If you would like to volunteer for any of the projects listed on the linked pages below, or would like to speak with someone regarding volunteering in general, please contact us. In general, volunteers should be prepared with long-sleeved shirts, long pants, boots, and gloves; we will provide hard hats and other protective equipment when necessary. We appreciate your willingness to donate your time and services. View 2017 Intermountain Region Volunteer Guide

Ogden and Logan Ranger District 2018 Volunteer Opportunities
Logan Ranger District Volunteer Events 2018 Schedule
Pleasant Grove Ranger District National Public Lands Day
Ogden Ranger District National Public Lands Day

Pleasant Grove and Spanish Fork Ranger Districts: To our dedicated volunteers, We are so excited for this upcoming season; the amount of community involvement into the trails and public lands on this zone is outstanding and contagious. In addition to our existing trail adoptions by the Uinta Trails Council, the Utah Rocky Mountain Bikers, Mad Dog Cycles, The Back Country Horsemen, Wasatch Mountain Wranglers we have added two additional groups; Karen McCoy (the power of one) and The Wild Club. All of these groups have or will be scheduling large volunteer events that I will notify you about as they are scheduled and get closer. Please come support these dedicated adoption groups and other dedicated days such as National Trails day and National Public Lands Day. As you look at the calendar you’ll notice it is missing the nitty-gritty details of time and location however we wanted to get this to you ASAP so you can save the date. Once again, thank you all and as always we are here to support your efforts.

Salt Lake Ranger District: Individuals interested in helping clean up graffiti on the Salt Lake Ranger District need to contact the Salt Lake Ranger District office and district employees will train them and hook them up with a volunteer group to help clean the graffiti 801-733-2676

 

 

Features

Adopt-A-Trail

The Forest has implemented an opportunity for individuals or groups to adopt their favorite trail! This allows anybody who wishes to volunteer, to dedicate their time and effort to improving and maintaining their favorite hiking trails!



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/uwcnf/workingtogether/volunteering