Box Camp Trail Volunteer Event with Tucson Trail Runners

October 8, 2023

What: Help get Box Camp Trail into shape for fall. Brushing and very minor tread repair, approximately 2.5–4.5 miles from the trailhead. If you like hiking and cutting out vegetation, this will be a fun one for you. No large rocks or significant amount of dirt will be moved. There will be a good elevation

Finger Rock Trail Volunteer Day

March 12, 2023

What: Rock work and brushing on the Finger Rock Trail. Most work will be concentrated on a section of trail about a mile in. Brushing will take place from the 1-mile mark to approximately the 2-mile mark. You can choose to do rock work or brushing. Why: To help address impacts from the Bighorn Fire

Esperero Canyon Trail Volunteer Event (Feb 11)

February 11, 2023

Sign up for this volunteer trail day at the registration link! What we’ll do: Brushing and minor tread repair on the Esperero Canyon Trail. Work will start about 1 mile from the trailhead, up toward Cardiac Gap and possibly beyond. It will be “challenge by choice” on how far you would like to hike in

Ventana Canyon Trail Repairs

December 10, 2022

Come help remove vegetation and improve wash crossings. After the Bighorn Fire and two very wet monsoons, the Ventana Canyon Trail is overgrown, hard to follow, and needs our help. No special skills required, but the area of work involves a two-mile hike in. Please use the link below to learn more and sign up

Catalina State Park Buffel Slayers

November 5, 2022

Help us remove invasive and flammable buffelgrass from beautiful Catalina State Park. We have monthly group events, November through April, 8 am to 12 pm. Buffelgrass can weaken and kill saguaros and palo verdes and crowd out wildflowers. Do not let the Sonoran Desert become an African savannah! Meet: Catalina State Park, Equestrian Center Bring:

Box Camp Trail on Catalina Mtn – Volunteer Event

March 12, 2022

Where: Box Camp Trailhead (please carpool if possible)   What: Tread repair on the Box Camp Trail, approximately 1.2 miles from the trailhead   Why: To help address impacts from the Bighorn Fire, the National Forest Foundation (NFF) launched the Southern Arizona Forest Fund, in part to raise money to repair the damage to the