Volunteers are the heart of Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. They are the core of our board of directors, trail teams, Winter Tracks instructors, Trail Ambassadors and more. They’re a part of the wilderness family.
We try to repay the favor our volunteers give us on a daily basis. They earn a volunteer hat and other swag, and the Friends host appreciation events to thank them for their hard work. Volunteering is also a great way to build wilderness skills and earn crosscut saw certifications or to take wilderness and remote first aid or learn how to dig tread.
Do you have a special talent or skill — or just a passion for wild places? You’d be surprised how many interests and areas of expertise can be applied to conservation work. Check out some of the volunteer opportunities here. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you can help save our wild backyard.
You don’t need an advanced degree to advance the cause of science. There are plenty of opportunities right around the corner to gather valuable information that helps us understand our world.
The Scotchman Peaks mountain goats are iconic. They’re also best admired from a distance — if you want to keep Scotchman Peaks open for everyone. Read More
There’s no better way to show love for Scotchman Peaks than volunteering for trail crews. It’s the work that keeps our wild backyard open for everyone. You can join a group trail day or adopt a trail to go out solo or as a family unit!
Winter can start to feel pretty long in a classroom. Between the cold temperatures, inclimate weather, and short days, it can be pretty difficult to find time to go enjoy the great outdoors. Enter the Winter Tracks program.