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  Volunteer Opportunity

Valles Caldera National Preserve

 
Looking into the Preserve from a free hiking trail.
San Antonio Creek
East Fork of the Jemez River
Morning fog in the Valle Grande
 

The Valles Caldera Trust is always looking for volunteer help in a wide variety of areas.  We have 89,000 acres to monitor, preserve and provide for our visitors.

 

Types of Volunteer Work Needed

Landscape restoration, scientific monitoring, education, visitor center assistance, general recreation and special event help (Marathon, Archery Event, Moonlight ski & snowshoe...etc) are just a few of the adventures that await our volunteers. Give us a call and we'll tell you all about it.!

For More Information, Contact:

recreation

recreation@vallescaldera.gov
www.facebook.com/vallescaldera
PO box 359, Jemez Springs, NM 87025
1-505-661-3333 · toll-free 1-866-382-5537
 

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Latitude: 35.846760900
Longitude: -106.431427000
Elevation: 9180 FT (2798 M)
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