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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.

Dec 19
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Invasive Species Monitoring and Control - Habitat Restoration at Bear Canyon - Tucson
Where's Bear Canyon you might ask? This gorgeous drainage in the Catalina foothills of Tucson sits right next to the 56,430 acre Pusch Ridge Wilderness. We were able to clear out huge swaths of non-native Giant reed and Fountain grass this year but we still have some finishing touches to complete before we’re satisfied. Please see full details and register online by following the link at the bottom of this page.   VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Dec 20
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Riparian Area Monitoring - Santa Rita Mountain Springs Ecological Assessments - Tucson
We are headed to the western flank of the Santa Rita Mountains near Tucson for this springs assessment day trip! The Santa Cruz River valley straddles the U.S./Mexico border spatially (and biologically) and is home to some amazing organisms; in fact, a male jaguar has been roaming these peaks for several years now. Join fellow volunteers and staff to study the ecology of the area through the lens of water in the desert, vital to all life.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Jan 9 - Jan 11
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Watershed Restoration - Aravaipa Canyon Riparian Restoration - Tucson, Willcox, Safford, Phoenix
Take advantage of this great opportunity to improve wildlife habitat at one of southern Arizona's true jewels, Aravaipa Canyon. We've been invited to stay inside the Nature Conservancy Guesthouse for the weekend, meaning that we'll not exactly be roughing it: beds, kitchen and the chance to take a real, proper shower on a restoration weekend don't come along very often!

See full details and register online at the link below!  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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