Front Range Pika Project
In 2018, the FRPP expanded to include several sites in the White River National Forest. Volunteers will use new methods that are different from those traditionally used by the project, which includes establishing/surveying a specific plot. This project is best for volunteers who live in communities around the White River National Forest (including, but not limited to Glenwood, Aspen, Carbondale, Avon, Eagle, Vail, Minturn, Breckenridge, Meeker, Minturn, Rifle, Silverthorn, Gypsum) or who plan to spend time in the White River National Forest during the summer. Once trained, volunteers can sign up to visit sites and collect data on their own (with a partner for safety), anytime between the trainings and the end of September. Volunteers will also have the option to visit sites with FRPP staff.
Please sign up below for one classroom and one field training. If you are not sure of your schedule yet but you know that you want to volunteer in the WRNF, please just sign up for the general White River National Forest option.
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