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Get Involved: Hot Sulphur Springs (Area 9)

Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of Hot Sulphur Springs (Area 9). Volunteer today!

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Area Assistance


Provide general assistance to the staff in the Hot Sulphur Springs area, such as fence work, habitat improvement projects, and more.
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Bear Aware


Bear Aware is an educational wildlife program with a goal to teach human responsibility in removing attractants in order to reduce conflicts with black bears in Colorado. Volunteer efforts aim to reduce or eliminate bear break-ins through education, aversive conditioning and community action. Volunteers distribute bear information to the public in neighborhoods where conflicts occur, post signs, go door to door talking to neighbors, and volunteer at information booths and parades.
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Chronic Wasting Disease Sample Transport


Transport chronic wasting disease (CWD) samples from the Hot Sulphur Springs office to the Steamboat Springs office or other locations as needed during big game seasons.
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Customer Service Assistance


Provide administrative assistance to office: filing, typing, answering phones, making copies and various other duties. Training provided.
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Shooting Range Maintenance


Volunteers needed to help keep range clean of trash and debris. Assistance with range maintenance and enhancement efforts when available.
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Wildlife Transport


Capture and transport injured and orphaned wildlife to veterinarians or rehabilitators. Provide wildlife information to the public.
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