CAS - GJ, as well as other non-profit organizations in the area, are always looking for volunteers.
Colorado Archaeological Society - Grand Junction
In CAS - Grand Junction, as in so many small non-profit organizations, we are always looking for board members and committee members.
ColoradoThe Grand Junction office offers a few of these opportunities.
Help replace shingles on one of our historic Raber Cabins located along the Lands End Road on the Grand Mesa. If you are interested in helping us replace cedar shingles on one of the cabins please fill out the form in the link below.
Help build a protective fence around the Horizontal Petroglyph Panel at Dinosaur National Monument.
Although much of the project is done already they are asking for help to pound in metal stakes, string a wire and add reflectors for the sage grouse so they don't fly into the fence.
This is a project with the added benefit of a rock art tour!
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The American Rock Art Research Association needs your help.
Volunteer your time to help out the ARARA Annual conference. For more information click here.
Visit with Respect Ambassador Program
We’ve recently launched a Visit with Respect Ambassador Program for volunteers interested in teaching others fun & friendly archaeological site etiquette on Cedar Mesa and Comb Ridge.
We have openings for volunteers to assist with graffiti treatment .
A three week contract has been awarded to treat graffiti vandalism in the Moab area, Sego Canyon, Birthing Rock and Moonflower Canyon. The treatments will involve reintegrating the damaged areas using best management practices for the type of graffiti damage. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn graffiti treatment practices from one of the best conservators in the country.
For those attending the URARA Symposium in Green River Oct. 5-9, this is an opportunity to spend a few extra days and learn from one of the best rock art conservators.