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Volunteer Trips - Gear List

Volunteer Trips - Gear List
Blake McCord

Gear list

Our gear packing list will help you prepare. We can loan some camping gear items on a first-come, first-served basis — contact us for details.

Volunteer Trips - FAQs

Volunteer Trips - FAQs
Blake McCord

FAQs

Curious about logistics, the food you'll eat during the trip, or the difficulty of the field work? Check out the frequently asked questions ›

Volunteer Trips - 7 perks of volunteering

Volunteer Trips - 7 perks of volunteering
Blake McCord

7 perks of volunteering

When you volunteer for the Trust, we make it worth your while. From eating good food, to learning new skills, find out the perks of volunteering.

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?

Volunteer Trips - Covid considerations

Public health considerations

Our top priority is the safety and comfort of our trip participants. Precautionary measures that will be followed on trips to avoid the spread of communicable diseases will be communicated in pre-trip emails. If we feel that a trip cannot be safely conducted due to public health conditions, or for any other reason, we will cancel the trip with as much notice as possible. Contact volunteernow@grandcanyontrust.org with any questions.

Volunteer Trips - DEI statement

The Grand Canyon Trust is committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion at every level of our work. The conservation field and the Colorado Plateau have their own histories of racial injustice and exclusion and as a largely white organization, we know we have work to do. We are actively working to make the conservation field and the Colorado Plateau more just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive. Read the Grand Canyon Trust’s justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion statement ›

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