Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons need your help
We have the most fantastic team of volunteers, but we need your help. Volunteers are the backbone of the Cottonwood Canyons Foundation, leading wildflower walks during the festival, guiding students through a winter wonderland while on snowshoes for the first time, and getting dirty while digging out stubborn invasive plants during a weed pull.
Throughout the year, we need your help. Whether it be on snowshoes, skis, snowboard, your own two feet, opportunities abound for assisting us in getting closer to our mission of improving the environments of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons.
Check out some of the current opportunities we have listed on the below. If you have questions, are interested or do not see anything that matches your interest, feel free to shoot us an email! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Trail Volunteers Needed for National Trails Day – Come join us to kick off the volunteer season! We’ll start registration in the spring. Please contact us starting in April or May for summer stewardship projects!
School Field Trip Guides – Winter Snowshoe field trips at Spruces and Fall field trips at Silver Lake.
Guide at the Wasatch Wildflower Festival! – It’s fun and we make learning the flowers easy!
Become a Weed Warrior! – Hard work in scenic areas! We are looking for groups & individuals to help pull invasive weeds.
Help save our trails! – Groups & individuals needed to help repair and improve our mountain trails.
Tour with a Ranger – Join us to lead programs on skis and snowboards at the Cottonwood Resorts!
Snowshoe with a Naturalist – Guide for our winter tours on snowshoes!