NMVFO plans 20+ volunteer work projects each year. Click here for an overview of the 2017 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.
Come celebrate the 4th in the wilderness of the Apache National Forest about 20 miles south of Quemado. Limit of 12 volunteers.Find out more »
Build and repair trail tread, install timber shoring, create primitive stream crossings, build rolling dips to control water erosionFind out more »
Trail re-route at this scenic, historic landmark near the Very Large Array in west central New Mexico.Find out more »
This peaceful, secluded park nestled in the Ponderosa pine forest of the Manzano Mountains has 3 miles of trail that needs some drainage and tread improvements. Come help for a day or the whole weekend.Find out more »
Enjoy a one-day project within Albuquerque city limits. Help maintain trails & reroute badly eroded trails in this 40-acre open space.Find out more »
Drive up for 1 day or all 4 and camp at the USFS El Porvenir campground near Las Vegas, NM. Help us maintain the Hermit's Peak trail named for a 19th century religious recluse who lived in a cave near the peak.Find out more »
Valle de Oro’s 5th Birthday Celebration from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Booth set up begins at 9:15 am.Find out more »
We’ll provide some much-needed maintenance to a 2-mile network of primitive trails that wind through desert, in and out of arroyos, and along narrow canyons with views of the lake.Find out more »