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Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project

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Volunteer for the Paseo del Lobo

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paseodelobo-flyer-thumbVolunteers needed to hike, bike, join trail support teams, or help with special events!

Volunteers will be expected to serve as a positive spokesperson for Mexican wolf recovery, sharing your photographs and video experiences of the trail!

We will provide participants with a detailed map of their section, overview maps of the area, GPS unit with the trail track loaded, a first aid kit, satellite phone (for emergency uses), a digital camera, and hand-held video camera.  We will meet hikers or bikers at the trail head each morning at 9 am (unless another start time is pre-arranged and confirmed) and volunteers will meet you at the end of the trail section each afternoon for a shuttle back to your personal vehicle at the trail head.

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Grand Canyon Summer Outreach

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Howl for Wolves in the Grand Canyon!

NOTE: There will be no outreach days scheduled at the Grand Canyon in 2014 due to the Paseo del Lobo wolf awareness campaign.  We hope you will join us for that campaign instead.

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Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project invites you to join us for educational outreach, during which you’ll get to camp out near one of the most awe inspiring natural features of the American landscape.

Special Event Outreach

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Another important way to disseminate information about the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project to the general public is by attending the following outreach events.
As a wolf volunteer I will help with the following outreach events:

  • Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival - in March each year
  • Flagstaff Earth Day Celebration – April
  • Flagstaff Hullabaloo – June
  • Service Learning Projects – to be determined
  • Flagstaff Festival of Science - last week in September each year
  • Wolf Awareness Week - third week in October each year
  • Other events to be determined

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Special Events Volunteer

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Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project Annual Wolf Awareness Week event and the Wild & Scenic Film Festival Special Events

These special events are our biggest source of funding outside of grant writing.  They are also important events because they encourage the general public to attend and learn more about us and get involved!  As a volunteer you will help solicit the following items for GCWRP:  

  • Join fundraising committee
  • Participate in regular meetings
  • Solicit Silent Auction Items, such as:
  • Wine
  • Food
  • Grocery stores
  • Restaurants
  • Fine Art/Paintings/Photographs
  • Handmade crafts
  • Yoga classes/personal health certificates
  • Outdoor equipment, clothes
  • Weekend get-away
  • Other unique items

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Clerical, Mailing, Office Assistance

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I can save the wolves by helping with the following Mailings (please contact Emily about those that you know that you can commit to):

  • Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival invite (February)
  • Personalized thank you letters to our supporters
  • Other Wolf Awareness Week Mailings in September: Dates to be determined
  • End of Year Letter: end of November
  • Last minute mailings: when necessary
  • Entering new members into our database and e-mail list serve – on-going.

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Education & Classroom Outreach

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Wolf Education is another great way to convey our message to a younger audience. We are looking for teachers, students, and anyone interested in creating wolf curriculum that is specific to this region and that focuses on wolves in the Grand Canyon Region. In addition to creating a curriculum for teachers of all ages, GCWRP needs a network group that will help us organize classroom presentations.

Please help GCWRP in creating a wolf curriculum specifically geared to this area!

As a volunteer you would be helping with the following:

  • Join the GCWRP Wolf Curriculum Committee
  • Participate in meetings
  • Encourage other like-minded teachers to help with curriculum building
  • Encourage students to join the committee
  • Arrange presentations for education volunteers at all levels

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