If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for the Refuge please send us an email with the following information and our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you within a few days.
# of Volunteers
Time of Year
|Volunteers needed to help tend (paint, weed and water) our prairie garden during the Spring-Fall at Two Ponds.||Spring-Fall|
|Nature Program Leader|
|Volunteers needed to help create and lead nature programs of interest, including birding and/or photography tours, art activities, nature hikes, merit badges, outdoor skills, or environmental.||Year Round|
|Volunteers needed to help improve our wildlife habitat via invasive weed control and planting native grass seed and plants during Spring-Fall.||Year Round|
|Jr. Duck Stamp Volunteers|
| Volunteers needed to help promote and support this statewide program to students (K-12) throughout Colorado (January-March).|| January - March|
|Trail Monitors/Nature Hikers|
|Volunteers needed to help patrol the refuge and inform visitors of the wildlife-recreational opportunities and rules of Two Ponds.||Year Round|
|Volunteers needed to help update Two Ponds' kiosks and promote the Refuge and programs, including sharing materials and visiting libraries, schools, senior centers, and services.|| Year Round|
|Refuge Improvement |
|Volunteers needed to help improve Refuge infrastructure, including maintaining benches, trail markers, kiosks, amphitheaters, fencing, grounds, signage, vehicles and equipment.||Year Round |
The Two Ponds Preservation Foundation is a volunteer organization. The Foundation relies on volunteers to manage and operate the Foundation, maintain and develop the refuge and solicit for grants to improve the Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge.
The Foundation through the years has received many awards for its activities and these accomplishments would not have happened without its exuberant members.
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all monetary donations are tax deductible.
Some of the fund raising activities of the Foundation have helped build the parking lot and the north entrance. The "Bricks for Bridges" program has enhanced the north entrance as well as raise funds to build the two bridges linking the upper and lower sections of the refuge.
Volunteers are critical to the Foundation
Becoming a member is easy:
You can become a member by donating any one or combination of time, talent or treasure to the Foundation. From the inception of the Foundation it was the purpose to be inclusive not exclusive. Easy membership means volunteer and/or donate and you are a member of the Two Ponds Preservation Foundation.
What can you do as a volunteer:
You can serve as a Board Member, Officer, on the communications committee, membership committee or become involved in many more Foundation activities such asenvironmental education programs, guided tours, or service projects which are available throughout the year.Another activity for volunteers at the Refuge is Tuesday Volunteers. The second Tuesday of every month is devoted to maintenance and habitat improvement on the Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge.
Help us build the schoolhouse!