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Required Forms

To apply for any of these trips, you'll need to complete the following forms and send them to us. We would be happy to "snail mail" you the forms; just give us a call.

Volunteer Application Form

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Utah volunteer program

Restoring ecosystems on southern Utah's three national forests

Southwest Utah's Fishlake, Dixie, and Manti-La Sal National Forests have been and are being impacted by a multitude of permitted human activities. These national forests are ideal areas for restoring critical wildlife habitats and corridors. We are actively working with the Forest Service and conservation organizations to implement new management strategies that emphasize plant and animal diversity and health. Visit the Trust's Utah Forests Program web page for more information about these issues.

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Utah Volunteer Trips

 

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