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One-Day Volunteer Projects (ODVP) and Climate Action ODVP  

One-Day Volunteer Projects are a way for individuals, groups, schools, and corporations to learn about Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) through field-based service-learning. Volunteers work directly with OSMP staff and learn specific land management methodologies.

Climate change is a serious global challenge that has and will continue to have profound impacts on human and natural systems. OSMP is proactively managing these systems to withstand and adapt to the effects of the changing climate, relying on the best available data/science and actions through carbon sequestration along with cultivating resilient habitats. We aim to foster hope and resilience by connecting to youth and adults to make direct impacts to climate change and be part of the solution. For more information on Climate Action ODVP reach out directly to Kristin Weinberger at  weinbergerk@bouldercolorado.gov.

Trail Work Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Three volunteers moving a large rock off a trail

Each week from June – August, volunteers will have an opportunity to join and work alongside a professional trail crew learning how to construct and maintain sustainable trails!

Sign up for these events in Count Me In.