Give the gift of time to your public lands this holiday season! Improve forest health, and support stewardship and conservation education programs by volunteering to help cut and gather local white fir trees, set up the tree lot or sell trees to folks in our community. This fun, community event is popular amongst volunteers and locals! Join us!
From wildflower meadows to majestic peaks, the San Juan Mountains are home to some of the most awe inspiring natural beauty in the United States. Whether you want to discover waterfalls or you want to see wildlife in their natural environment, SJMA can help you responsibly explore our most beautiful and unique places...
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If you are interested in volunteering your time, we have lots of opportunities to do so, from promoting leave-no-trace-principles to hands-on stewardship to cultural documentation.
We have put together some of the most comprehensive resources to help guide you through the San Juans. With over 1500 resources and a wide breadth of local knowledge, if you aren't finding what you're looking for, just give us a call at 970.247.4874.
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Each year, SJMA volunteers work thousands of hours to improve Southwest Colorado’s public lands by conducting wilderness stewardship outreach in the backcountry, performing restoration projects, providing visitor information, adopting and caring for Forest Service roads and documenting archeological sites.
SJMA is helping to cultivate the next generation of conservationists by providing public school teacher trainings, service learning projects, and student field trips to local forests and watersheds. Since 1996, SJMA has organized an Alternative Spring Break for University of Missouri Students to perform service projects on Bureau of Land Management lands in Southwest Colorado.
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