Rocky Mountain Field Institute actively engages thousands of community volunteers every year through the completion of trail and restoration projects that help conserve and protect our treasured public landscapes.About Us
The staff on this event were amazing! I had great conversation with all of the staff and they all taught me something I did not know. The brief about the tools beforehand, how to make the trail and use the tools was great...I would love to attend another event when I visit my son in Colorado again! Thank You for a WONDERFUL experience!!
We are looking to hire multiple seasonal Field Instructor positions. If you're passionate about community engagement, public land stewardship, and making a direct impact in protection and stewardship of public lands, then we want you on our team! Click the link below for all position announcements and application instructions.
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Give! Campaign Update
On April 20, 2022, the Colorado Publishing House announced it was severing ties with the Indy Give! campaign, the year-end philanthropic initiative that has helped raise awareness and financial support for hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the Pikes Peak region. RMFI has been an active participant in the annual Give! campaign since it was founded in 2009. Despite this sudden separation, the Give! campaign remains undeterred in its mission and will continue unchanged in 2022 under new leadership and a renewed commitment to inspire philanthropy across generations. For more information, please click below to read the full statement released by Give! on April 26.Read Give's Full Statement
2021 Community Impact Report Available!
We are excited to announce the release of our 2021 Community Impact Report, which details all that kept us busy in 2021! Some important project highlights and accomplishments included embarking on our first year of a new Resilient Communities stewardship program, making significant progress on our reroute of the Devils Playground Trail to the top of Pikes Peak, improving forest health and timber stand improvement projects at Mueller State Park, and completing a wide variety of other trail and restoration projects at popular local parks and open spaces. We also turned 40 years old! Click the link below to read the full document.Read the Report Now!
New Video About Devils Playground Project
RMFI partnered with Dan Heidenreich, a longtime RMFI supporter and partner, to produce an informational video about our Devils Playground project.
The 2022 season will mark the 4th year on the project in which RMFI and partners are working to reroute approximately 4 miles of trail to a more sustainable location. Click the link below to watch the 3 minute video on RMFI's YouTube channel!