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Volunteers make a huge difference at Coconino County Parks and Recreation. In fiscal year 2015, we had over 450 volunteers donate 2,700 hours at the parks and through events. Whether it was at the County Fair, through events like the BioBlitz, or new areas like the Fort Tuthill Bike Park, we love seeing people connect to one another and nature, and create community. We have different ways for you to volunteer your time and talents.
Let us know how you want to help!


Fill out the application form online and we'll let you know of upcoming volunteer opportunities and how you can be involved. Volunteering itself is a great reward, and we often are able to offer special volunteer incentives when you volunteer at events. 

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Event Date Volunteer Time Ages
Fort Tuthill Bike Park Volunteer Training (see description below) TBD TBD 14 & up
Coconino County Fair
(see Fair page for volunteer descriptions)
September 1 - 4, 2017 4-hour shifts 18 & up

FORT TUTHILL BIKE PARK VOLUNTEER TRAINING DAY:
What: Bike Park Volunteer Day.  CCPR will be hosting another Bike Park Volunteer Day. Stay tuned for date and time.


VOLUNTEER HIGHLIGHT: FLAGSTAFF JUNIOR ACADEMY
On April 30, eleven 5th and 6th grade students from Flagstaff Junior Academy and their parents participated in 2016 BioBlitz event at Rogers Lake. Tony Cola, math and science educator, directly tied the event into their science unit at school. 

What did the students learn on their trip? Students discovered the birds aren't all that active during the colder weather, and it was very difficult to spot and count the birds hanging out on the land when they are so camouflaged. The students also said that it was difficult to count the birds they saw when looking through the binoculars, and they might have counted the same bird a few times. Overall, they had a great time despite the weather, and Tony is looking forward to doing more activities like the Bird Count with the students.  Thank you, Tony, FJA students and parents, for coming out and helping collect important information about the natural area! 

Flagstaff Junior Academy at BioBlitz 2016


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Fort Tuthill County Park
2446 Fort Tuthill Loop
Flagstaff, AZ 86005-8846

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