Tonto National Forest-Volunteers
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Friends of the Tonto are looking for Volunteers
We are working with the Forest Service to identify their needs, and evaluating activities/projects that match our volunteer interest and capabilities. If you have an interest in volunteering as an individual, or with a group let us know, and watch here and the Events Calendar for new event schedules.
For the list of active and ongoing Projects and to access more details click here.
You’re invited to join Gary Hanna, Mesa District Ranger, for a backpacking adventure in the Superstition Wilderness. This backpacking trip is NOT for the beginner backpacker.
Dutchman Tour #8 – Reavis Ranch
When: Friday, February 17th thru Monday, February 20th
Where: Reavis Ranch, Circlestone, Reavis Falls (itinerary forthcoming)
Start/End: Reavis Trailhead (along Apache Trail, South of Apache Lake)
More Fun than Geocaching!
Locate water features in the Tonto using your GPS enabled Smart Device.
Learn how at a training session.
Feb 15, Mesa and 22, Cave Creek
Another Fun Project Coming Soon
We are currently organizing the data collection program for this ongoing project.
Check back soon.
On Going Volunteer Opportunities
4 - 13
December 4, 2016
The ICanICan group
'making a difference' on the Dutchman Trail from First Water to Parker Pass. This group, and others are making the wilderness experience more enjoyable.
“Friends of the Tonto National Forest is a group of volunteers who assist the Forest in its critical mission of natural and cultural resource management. We promote public understanding of the Tonto National Forest’s policies, programs and projects through community outreach, projects and outings.”
Friends of the Tonto National Forest 4022 E. Greenway Road Suite 11 Box 348 Phoenix, AZ 85032