Friends of Wilderness is an all volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization.
The mission of FRIENDS OF WILDERNESS (FOW) is to assist the US FOREST SERVICE (USFS) in managing and protecting WILDERNESS areas in the ROUTT NATIONAL FOREST and parts of the WHITE RIVER NATIONAL FOREST.
In support of this mission, FOW in conjunction with the USFS, recruits, trains, equips and fields volunteers to serve as rangers and trail crew for the purposes of educating the public and providing other appropriate support to help manage our local WILDERNESS areas.
Would You Like To Be A Volunteer With Friends of Wilderness? FRIENDS OF WILDERNESS offers many different volunteer opportunities. Activities include patrolling trails, public education and trail maintenance. We provide support to the US Forest Service in three different WILDERNESS areas: Mt. Zirkel, Flattops and Sarvis Creek.
Contact Tony Seaver 970-879-2236 “firstname.lastname@example.org” or Emmett Stafford 970-870-3000 “email@example.com”