You should work on projects that make your heart sing.
-Lady Bird Johnson
Grow, Explore, Learn, Serve
Thank you for your interest in supporting the stewardship of Colorado's natural resources! With your help, we can increase the public's understanding of conservation and natural resources. Our volunteers play an essential role in achieving a high quality of outdoor recreating experiences, resource stewardship, wildlife projects, and habitat protection. In 2014, Colorado Parks and Wildlife was fortunate to have over 6,000 volunteers who donated an astonishing 325,439 hours of their time.
If you like to spend time in the great outdoors and care about our natural resources, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is for you! Volunteers serve in a variety of roles including resident hosts, naturalists, interpreters, special project volunteers, injured wildlife transport, researchers, maintenance/trail workers, biologist assistants, and much more.
To learn more about our community involvement opportunities and hands-on learning, explore our links on the left, and use the Volunteer Now link to get started as a volunteer.
We look forward to meeting you!