The BLM relies on volunteers to help accomplish important projects. Each year, over 4,000 volunteers contribute more than 200,000 hours valued at more than $4.5 million to the BLM. No matter what your background, age, or interest, there are opportunities for you to become a BLM volunteer. You can work individually or as part of a group, and projects can range from short-term, one-day adventures to season-long commitments.                              

Volunteer opportunities may include:

  • Preserving and cataloging artifacts
  • Assisting biologists with research
  • Performing office support tasks
  • Maintaining interpretive sites
  • Serving as campground hosts or trail guides
  • Conducting inventories and identifying plants
  • Maintaining wildlife habitats
  • Revegetating wildlife and riparian areas
  • Erecting signs and fences
  • Constructing or maintaining facilities
  • Assisting with habitat improvement projects
  • Monitoring watershed studies

BLM Colorado volunteer opportunity web sites:

Volunteers constructing trails       Volunteers performing Archeology work

BLM Colorado Contact:
Jack Placchi
Volunteer Coordinator
(303) 239-3832

2012 Colorado Volunteer Data

2013 Colorado Volunteer Data

2014 Colorado Volunteer Data