Tonto National Forest-Volunteers
WILDERNESS STEWARDS ARE VOLUNTEERS WHO PROVIDE INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE TO VISITORS. THEY SERVE AS HOSTS AND ACT AS THE "EYES AND EARS" OF THE FOREST SERVICE AT THE TRAIL HEADS AND ON THE TRAILS - AS A VISIBLE PRESENCE, THEY INTERACT WITH THE PUBLIC AND COLLECT IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON CONDITIONS IN THE FOREST.
The work done by Wilderness Stewards is invaluable. With declining budgets and increasing populations, the Forest Service can use help in managing Wilderness areas. Volunteers who serve as Wilderness Stewards supplement Forest Service efforts to educate existing and future wilderness users by increasing the visibility of wilderness protection programs to the public.
Please contact us using the following form.
For more information on Wilderness Information Steward click here.
Friends of the Tonto National Forest 4022 E. Greenway Road Suite 11 Box 348 Phoenix, AZ 85032