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Gary Borax and other volunteers from the Dove Mountain and Heritage Highlands communities in Marana regularly help with restoration projects, like pulling buffelgrass, on Ironwood Forest National Monument.

Gary Borax and other volunteers from the Dove Mountain and The Highlands at Dove Mountain communities in Marana regularly help with restoration projects, like pulling buffelgrass, on Ironwood Forest National Monument.The Friends of Ironwood Forest  is all about working together and could not function without the help of our dedicated volunteers. There are many different volunteer opportunities for people of all talents and interests.

Due to the continuing effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic our monthly volunteer work days are cancelled. We will keep an eye on the situation and try to have a work day when things improve.
Hope you are all safe and thanks for checking in.

The Friends of Ironwood Forest is all about working together and could not function without the help of our dedicated volunteers. There are many different volunteer opportunities for people of all talents and interests.

Volunteer Work Days are one way to help. Click here to see the Work Days schedule and get more information. To ask additional questions, sign up, or get on the mailing list  email [email protected].

Get More Involved

There are many ways to help Friends of Ironwood Forest protect the diverse cultural, biological and historical resources on the Ironwood Forest National Monument! Find information about how to get more involved here.

Join Us on a Project or Program

Have fun, make new friends, and gain a better appreciation of the monument, its resources and the threats it faces by participating on a service project. And, you’ll get to spend the day in a wonderful place. Come out and join us! Find more information about project and programs here.

Be a Responsible Monument Visitor

We need your help to ensure that the Ironwood Forest National Monument remains the stunning place it is today. Respect the land, wildlife and other visitors, tread lightly and leave no trace. If you see something that shouldn’t be happening, please let us know and report the incident to the BLM at 1-800-637-9152