Volunteer for Us
Want to help with maintaining the Badger Mountain trails? Badger Mountain has over 7 miles of trails that need some maintenance each year. Think they look great? It takes hundreds of hours each year to keep them that way. The work can be from raking the gravel back on to the trail, removing weeds, or general tread repair. If you’re interested, please join our trail work list by emailing Trailmaster@friendsofbadger.org and mention “add me to your trail work list”.
Our upcoming work parties are posted on the Events calendar.
We are looking for a few good folks to become “trail supervisors” in training. The FoBM Trailmaster of ten years, Jim Langdon, would like to train a few assistants who can help organize and lead volunteers in building and maintaining the ridge trails. This is a great time to get involved as FoBM expects to build two new trails next year. Contact Jim at Trailmaster@friendsofbadger.org or call 943-3992.
Do you know something about the flowers, plants, animals and other elements that make up our native eco-system? And/or the ways people can preserve and nurture it? Would you like to learn about this amazing treasure in our midst? Or help the next generation take care of it!
We are looking for people who can lead or assist with wildflower walks and, also, do presentations to classes or tables at school science fairs
Our commitment to you: 1. Training (wildflower walks, etc) with local experts, if desired; 2. PowerPoints ready to go, yet with room for your input; 3. One-two events a year, generally in the spring, as either leader or assistant or, in the beginning, learner.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.