Our work would not be possible without the help of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in getting involved to help with future CPRW volunteer projects please fill out the form below. Thank you for your interest!

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Sunday, September 16 from 10am-1pm: 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act

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Volunteers are needed to help with a restoration blitz the morning of our celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act! Volunteers will have a choice to sign up to assist with ongoing maintenance work at our post-fire/flood restoration site at Skin Gulch, located at along HWY 14 and Stove Prairie Road, or volunteers can choose to hike Young Gulch Trail, which was severely damaged during the 2012 High Park Fire and 2013 floods and remains closed to this day.  Self-guided hiking tours with educational talks will give participants the opportunity to learn about restoration & reconstruction work at the site. 


Can't volunteer but want to celebrate the poudre with us?

The celebration on Sunday, September 16 will move to the Mishawaka Amphitheatre in the afternoon, with more opportunities to learn about the work partner organizations are doing to keep the Poudre wild and scenic, flycasting with Rocky Mountain Flycasters, and live music from Ginger Whale and The Movers & Shakers. Tickets include light appetizers and a beer with ID; a discounted ticket + shuttle package price is also available. Event proceeds will benefit two critical restoration projects in the watershed including wildfire mitigation along Elkhorn Creek, a tributary to the Poudre, and volunteer support for the completion of the Young Gulch Trail restoration. 


Please complete the form below if you'd like to be on CPRW's volunteer list

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