NPLD 2009 Cool Rock Trail Building Project

  

BLM UNCOMPAHGRE FIELD OFFICE

Volunteers

  

Bill Patterson recognized for 500 volunteer hours with MPLC

 NPLD 2009 Ridgway Tree Planting Kid's Project 
 

BLM VOLUNTEER REPORTS

VOLUNTEERS OUTDOOR COLORADO

CULTURAL SITE STEWARDS

BLM COLORADO VOLUNTEERS

Every year, volunteers contribute thousands of hours to a variety of projects throughout the UFO.  From providing information at the Montrose Public Lands Center to building trails and fences to planting trees and picking up trash to installing signs and monitoring OHV use, these hard-working volunteers are valuable stewards of our public lands.  For information on volunteer opportunities with the UFO, contact BLM Volunteer Coordinator Robin Lewis at (970) 240-5300 or by email at rlewis@blm.gov.

T H A N K   Y O U ,   V O L U N T E E R S !


 

Enjoy sharing information with people?

Volunteer at the Montrose Public Lands Center front desk

and share your love for the outdoors

  •  Commitment of 4 hours/week

NEW VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNTIES!!!

Trail Building and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Outdoor Stewardship Institute Trails Training

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Site stewards wanted! Volunteer to monitor biologically important sites on your public lands.  Some examples...
 
Raptor Site Stewards:  Conduct nesting season visits to peregrine falcon or golden eagle nest sites to determine occupancy.  Four visits during the nesting season needed.  These are usually fairly remote locations, and could require overnight camping to access the sites during the prime time period to view/hear birds.

Rare Plant Site Steward:  Make occasional visits to rare plant enclosure sites to assess if the fences are still intact, and the sites are still being protected.  Additionally, depending on botany skills and abilities, there may be opportunities to assist with rare plant surveys and or monitoring efforts.

Volunteers must have some field biology (ornithology or botany) experience, attend required training, and be willing to work independently in remote, field-based locations.  Time commitment varies. 

Interested?  Contact Robin Lewis at (970)240-5300 or rlewis@blm.gov

 
 

 UFO VOLUNTEERS AT WORK (& PLAY!)



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SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

VOLUNTEER APPLICATION (Microsoft Word)

BLM COLORADO VOLUNTEER PAGE

BLM VOLUNTEER GUIDE 1.6 MB

BLM VOLUNTEER ANNUAL REPORTS

VOLUNTEERS FOR OUTDOOR COLORADO

CULTURAL SITE STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM

 

Link to NPLD Cool Rock Trail Images

2009 NPLD COOL ROCK TRAIL PROJECT - IMAGES

NPLD 2009 Cool Rock Trail Images


 
 

Barbara Sharrow, Field Manager

bsharrow@blm.gov

Phone: (970) 240-5300  |  TDD: (970) 240-5366  |  FAX: (970) 240-5367

2465 S. Townsend Ave, Montrose, CO  81401

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Click on the address above for a map showing the location of

BLM Uncompahgre Field Office administrative headquarters

 

2011 Dry Creek Canyon Cleanup