Be prepared to spend a few hours outdoors! Be sure to wear sturdy shoes suitable for walking on trails as well as a pair of gloves for picking up trash. Water will be provided, however we prefer if volunteers bring their own in reusable bottles.
Lunch will be provided immediately following the clean-up day!
Be sure to sign up in advance so you get any notifications, delays or cancellations.
If you want to work on trails and lead projects this may be the training for you. Space is limited so apply early. Applicants must have trails work experience, agree to a background check (no cost) and participate in two post-training work days.
This year’s festival promises to be a special event! El Paso County, situated where the short grass prairies rise to meet the majestic summit of Pikes Peak, has much to offer nature lovers. Look over the website for festival information, registration, speaker bios, and field trip descriptions to help you decide how to spend your weekend.
Registration is open for nature camps at Bear Creek and Fountain Creek Nature Centers!