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Workday at Hughes Stadium grounds

June 12, 2014

The Colorado State Forest Service enlists volunteers in many of its operational efforts, including wildfire and fuels mitigation, education and public awareness, urban forestry, tree plantings and watershed protection. Join us at our next volunteer opportunity!

A volunteer harvests young lodgepole pine trees that needed thinning on the CSU Pingree Park campus.Tuesday, June 24
7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Hughes Stadium

CSFS volunteers

Our service efforts involve a variety of acitivities, including planting trees in certain areas to mitigate the damaging effects of wildfire, insects, disease, wind, water, and people. 

CSFS volunteers find their work so rewarding, that they keep coming back! In 2013, a volunteer who logged more than 60 hours during eight events was recognized for his contributions.

Why not consider joining the next outing of volunteers with the Colorado State Forest Service?

Up next

At our next volunteer opportunity, we'll be weeding around seedling trees.

  • Meet at the Fort Collins District Office, 3843 Laporte Ave., at 7:30 a.m.
  • 7:30 a.m. – noon
  • Transportation: we will carpool in state vehicles
  • Contact:

Contact: Nancy Dadisman
Phone: (720) 921-5384