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Get Involved: Roxborough State Park

Become part of an enthusiastic community that shares your passion. Volunteers are critical in all parts of Roxborough State Park. Volunteer today!

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Resource Rescuers Trail Crew


Description:

We are looking for volunteers to help improve the trails in Roxborough State Park. On this project, volunteers will help reduce the harmful impacts of erosion, improve the trail's durability and make a lasting impact on future visitors! We need trail workers and crew leaders to build and maintain trails. The work will be tough yet rewarding as you rework trails to be sustainable by widening trails to accommodate drainage and use, building fences/walls, and other structures including switchbacks. This is the perfect project for volunteers who are comfortable working with their hands and seeing their completed work for years to come. Requirements: This program is great for volunteers of all skill levels who like to work outside, but can sometimes involve hard physical labor. Every volunteer is encouraged to work at their own pace and enjoy their time volunteering. Good for groups? Yes. Teamwork is key in getting trail maintenance done correctly and efficiently.

Time Commitment:

Projects can vary from one to several days and range from 4 to 8 hours each day. Projects typically occur over the summer months (May - October).

Ready to get involved?

Contact Joseph Herman, joseph.herman@state.co.us, (303) 973-3959 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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Weed Warriors


Description:
Serve alongside a team of other volunteers or on a solo project to eliminate noxious, invasive or non-native plant species that often destroy and replace our native plants. Wildlife depends on our native plants to survive! By eradicating these plants you will be helping to improve Roxborough State Park for all of its wildlife and visitors! Requirements: This program is great for volunteers of all skill levels who like to work outside. Every volunteer is encouraged to work at their own pace and enjoy their time volunteering. Best time of year:? Projects typically occur over the summer months (May - October). Good for groups?: Yes. Teamwork is key in removing invasive plants from our park. Good for one-time volunteering?: Yes. Weed Warrior projects have on-site training right before the project starts and the assigned tasks can be finished same-day.
Time Commitment:
Projects can vary from one to several days and range from 4 to 8 hours each day?.

Ready to get involved?

Contact Joseph Herman, joseph.herman@state.co.us, (303) 973-3959 or apply online to become a volunteer.


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