Animals and Environment
Colorado State Parks
1313 Sherman Street, Ste 618 - Denver, CO 80203
303-866-3203 ext. 4355 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado State Parks provides extraordinary visitor service and remarkable stewardship to natural resources. Volunteers are needed throughout the state to support both short and long-term volunteer events and special projects. Individual opportunities include campground host, wildlife host, volunteer naturalist, and visitor center host, along with other special projects. Parks in the northern area are Barr Lake, Boyd Lake, Eldorado Canyon, Jackson Lake, Lory, North Sterling, State Forest, and St. Vrain. Group and individuals projects available. Youth volunteers ages 13+ unsupervised.
The Poudre River Trail Corridor, Inc. manages a cooperative effort with the City of Greeley, the Town of Windsor and Weld County to develop the Poudre River Trail. Volunteers are needed for: mowing, weed trimming, vehicle/equipment maintenance, noxious weed pulling, adopt-a-trail groups, organize a volunteer event or educational event on the trail for: Earth Week (Earth Day); River Cleanup Week, May; National Trails Day; Colorado Cares Day; National Public Lands Day; Serve Outside; Make A Difference Day; and others. Volunteers can also become a Trail Ambassador. Youth volunteers 15+ with supervision.
Weld County Humane Society
1620 42nd St. - Evans, CO 80620
970-506-9550 ext. 18 - email@example.com
The Humane Society of Weld County promotes the humane treatment of animals through care, advocacy and community education. There are many volunteer opportunities available at the Humane Society. Some of the duties may involve: taking animals to community events, walk and/or socialize animals, helping with office tasks, cleaning kennels, website work, taking the animals’ pictures or dog/cat socialization.
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
600 South Marion Parkway - Denver, CO 80209
303-705-1010 ext. 111 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado is all about volunteering outdoors. From April through October we offer an exciting range of hands-on opportunities to volunteer outdoors and help care for Colorado’s natural places. Volunteers needed to assist with: restoring wilderness trails, constructing city park paths, protecting fragile riverside habitat, and more. Corporate and youth groups can custom-build their own “stewardship with a team (swat)” event. Youth volunteers ages 6-15 supervised, 16+ unsupervised.