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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.

Oct 25 - Oct 27
Highline Trail Rehabilitation - Power Clearing - Washington Park - North of Payson
Certified chain saw and brush saw operators will cut vegetation encroaching on trail maintenance sections and within new corridor. One or two volunteers will remove cut materials to facilitate saw operations. Come explore some rugged terrain and incredible vistas. Camping near Washington Park TH.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona

Oct 29 - Oct 30
Highline Trail Rehabilitation - Corridor Clear Step 2-Wash. Park TH # - North of Payson
Volunteers will finish the pre-machine crew clearing tasks by dispersing vegetation that chain and brush saw crews have previously cut. Some debris will be positioned to facilitate trail closure once new trail alignments are in place. Pole saws will be used to clear the corridor height required for equestrians. About one mile hike to work zone. VOAz will provide all meals.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona

Nov 5 - Nov 6
Highline Trail Rehabilitation - Removal of old fencing & Mtn Bike Tour of Highline - North of Payson
Broken down fence on former grazing area is a hazard for wild life. We will remove & bundle old fence and stockpile near a service road to be removed by USFS staff . This project is a wonderful oppourunity to experience the newly refurbished " Zane Gray " section of the HighLine Trail in the Tonto Fish Hatchery Road area. Participates will be allowed and encouraged to explore the trail between work site and Big Canyon with it's fun slickrock and amazing rim country vistas.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona
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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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