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Volunteer outdoors in Arizona to build, repair, & maintain trails; restore wildlife habitat; and,
protect native flora and fauna with other volunteers of all ages and abilities who want to both enjoy and preserve nature.

Sep 7
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Invasive Species Monitoring and Control - Habitat Restoration at Bear Canyon - Tucson
Bear Canyon in the Santa Catalina foothills of Tucson sits right next to the picturesque 56,430 acre Pusch Ridge Wilderness. We were able to clear out huge swaths of non-native Giant reed and Fountain grass this past year but we still have some finishing touches to complete before we’re satisfied. In concert with the eradication we will also be installing native plants. Please see full details and register online by following the link at the bottom of this page.   VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Sep 18
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Invasive Species Monitoring and Control - Habitat Restoration at Bear Canyon - Tucson
Bear Canyon in the Santa Catalina foothills of Tucson sits right next to the picturesque 56,430 acre Pusch Ridge Wilderness. We were able to clear out huge swaths of non-native Giant reed and Fountain grass this past year but we still have some finishing touches to complete before we’re satisfied. In concert with the eradication we will also be installing native plants. Please see full details and register online by following the link at the bottom of this page.   VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Sep 26
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Watershed Restoration - Madera Canyon Restoration - Madera Canyon
If you've been down to Madera Canyon in the Santa Rita Mountains recently, you may have noticed that there are two new bridges near the trailheads. We are working with the Coronado National Forest, Borderlands Restoration, and Friends of Madera Canyon to restore ecosystem function at the site. Come out and help stabilize this beautiful canyon (and birding hotspot) just an hour south of Tucson.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance
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Enjoy Arizona in a whole new way with Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona. It is fun and good, arguably essential, for your health to volunteer outdoors. Hands-on work to restore and protect native habitat enhances the integrity of local ecosystems, which can contribute to everything from cleaner water to greater opportunities for people to experience the joy of nature.




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