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
I've come to Garden of the Gods on an almost weekly basis for the past 3 years and it was fulfilling to finally be able to give back to it, even if just a little. The RMFI team is passionate about the work they do and it definitely gets passed down to the volunteers and keeps them motivated throughout the day as well. The entire team was kind, inclusive, knowledgable, and approachable. Can't wait to volunteer again.
WIN A PAIR OF SKIS!
The RMFI NATURE! Photo Contest, taking place from November 1 through November 15, 2020, celebrates powerful images that capture Colorado's dynamic, awe-inspiring, and invigorating natural beauty.
The four categories of (R)estoration, (M)ountains, (F)lora/Fauna, and (I)interaction embody who RMFI is to the community and to our public lands.Learn More
RMFI's 12th Annual ShinDIG
Our annual Fall ShinDIG is going virtual in 2020! Save the date for Thursday, November 19 from 6 to 7 p.m. The 12th annual event will celebrate our season accomplishments, partners, and volunteers as well as give a preview of exciting projects we are planning for the 2021 field season. We look forward to celebrating with virtually in next month! Registration will open soon - stay tuned for details!Learn More!
"Within Weakness" Film Screening
Join us for the premiere of "Within Weakness", a short mountain film by adventurer, Wesley Trimble. Cerebral palsy hinders Wesley Trimble’s strength and coordination on the right side of his body, but it hasn’t thwarted his goal to climb all 54 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks. Along the way, he discovered great strength within weakness, though tragedy taught him these adventures could cost him everything.Learn More