Below are some great opportunities to get involved and help conserve our forests and grasslands!
Every September, participate in the National Public Lands Day national volunteer day
Each year, hundreds of thousands of volunteers come together on the fourth Saturday in September to assist with various projects designed to restore and enhance public parks, forests, waterways and more. From trail maintenance to tree planting—volunteers of all ages and abilities roll up their sleeves and work side-by-side to care for public lands. The day also features a variety of hikes, bike rides, community festivals, paddling excursions, and other fun outdoor activities—all set on the backdrop of the country’s public lands and waterways.
Show your commitment to wildfire prevention – take the Smokey Bear Pledge!
Nearly nine out of 10 wildfires nationwide are caused by humans and could have been prevented. Show your commitment to making a difference. Sign the pledge to help stop the spread of wildfires.
Learn About the GreenSchools program
Inspire students to take responsibility for improving the environment at their school, home, and community.