An organization of stewards and guardians, passionate about caring for the public land we all love and engaging our community to protect it.
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.
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!!
RMFI Is Hiring!
Learn More and Apply Today!
Do you love working outside, getting your hands dirty, working with the community, and playing a direct role in the protection of public lands? Then we want you on our team! We are looking to hire multiple Field Instructors for the 2023 field season! The ideal candidates possess a strong conservation and work ethic and deep passion for public lands stewardship. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Interviews are anticipated to begin in January!
Volunteer With RMFI!
Our volunteers make our projects possible!
Would you like to give back to your community by participating in a volunteer opportunity? Volunteering with RMFI gives back to the public lands in the Pikes Peak and Southern Colorado Region we love so much! Throughout our field season March-November we will have many opportunities to join us at many of our projects from from our local parks to Pikes Peak there is an opportunity for you! Join our team of dedicated land stewards!
National Trails Day
at Stratton Open Space
Join RMFI on National Trails Day Saturday, June 3rd for a stewardship opportunity to give back to Stratton Open Space! We will be working along Stratton Springs Path installing rock steps.
Announcing RMFI's New Executive Director
Welcome Jolie NeSmith
RMFI is pleased to announce that Jolie NeSmith has been selected to lead the organization as RMFI’s new Executive Director and she will begin her role effective March 13th. Jolie brings years of non-profit management experience, an impressive background in conservation and wilderness leadership, and a passion for protecting our public lands. Read more about Jolie and help us welcome her to the team!