Volunteer outdoors this summer | PostIndependent.com

Volunteer outdoors this summer

Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers celebrates its 10th anniversary this year with public projects from Aspen to New Castle. RFOV is a local nonprofit that has done more for trails than any other non-governmental agency in the area.Since 1995, RFOV has built and rehabilitated hundreds of miles of trails, planted thousands of trees and shrubs, and helped preserve local historical sites.Volunteers can get involved this anniversary season in a variety of projects, starting May 14 with the Doc Holliday Cemetery Project in Glenwood Springs. Several other projects are scheduled in June and July, and there are a number of late summer and fall projects. For more information or to volunteer, contact RFOV at 927-8241, rfov@sopris.net or http://www.rfov.org.

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