NMVFO plans 20+ volunteer work projects each year. Click here for an overview of the 2018 season, then check back often for additional information posted as it becomes available. To receive updates and detailed information about upcoming projects and events, be sure to sign up for the NMVFO newsletter on the Home page. Public land agencies that are interested in proposing a joint project should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and our easy-to-complete proposal form.
If you’re new to NMVFO, be sure to visit our FAQ page to learn more about what to expect on a project. Project leaders are always happy to answer your questions about specific projects. Have a non-project related question? Send us a message from our Contact page. Pets are not allowed on any NMVFO projects. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or other legal guardian.
Help the Friends of Piedra Lisa with trail maintenance and erosion control and enjoy the stunning viewsFind out more »
Join us at 6:00 PM at REI Albuquerque for a classroom introduction to trail construction and maintenanceFind out more »
Hands-on training in trail construction, maintenance, and repairFind out more »
Help us restore and maintain the largest, undeveloped space in Albuquerque as we continue our efforts to make it a wildlife refugeFind out more »
Help us help the ABQ Open Space re-route a badly eroded section of trail 401 at the Indian School Trailhead. Project limited to 15 volunteers.Find out more »
Reopening an old trail and provide looping opportunities with Trout Creek Trail. Work will consist of tread reconstruction and brushing.Find out more »
Help clear blowdown and large rocks from the trail corridor, repair trail tread and improve drainageFind out more »
Build rolling dips, re-bench trail, repair steps, remove brush, add signs on trails along the scenic highroad to Taos near the town of PenascoFind out more »
Work along the Gilita Creek in the wilderness area of the Gila National Forest. We’ll reconstruct trail, build cairns and remove fallen trees.Find out more »