See you in 2018!
A huge thank you to everyone who made 2017 the best season yet at the Arboretum at Flagstaff! From Docent tours of the gardens & school field trips, to the Butterfly House, our numerous big events like the Soiree, Pumpkin Walk & concerts, building trails, weeding and planting-we truly couldn’t have done this all without our wonderful volunteers. Arboretum volunteers donated 3500 hours in 2017- Wow!!
We’ll be recruiting for volunteers in 2018 starting in January. We open for the season on April 15th, but Docent Training starts in early Spring and we will have group garden clean-up days starting in March.

Contact Volunteer Coordinator Shannon Benjamin shannon.benjamin@thearb.org for more information and/or to sign up for any of these opportunities.


Why volunteer with us?

Learn: You’ll learn about high-elevation plants and gardening techniques and get the satisfaction of helping others become successful gardeners.

Teach: You’ll help create beautiful gardens and teach Flagstaff residents and visitors about the ecology of the Colorado Plateau.

Be appreciated: If you work more than 25 hours by September 30, you’ll be invited to the annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast.

Get discounts: You get discounts at our gift shop and plant sales — 10 percent when you work more than 25 hours and 15 percent when you work more than 50 hours during a calendar year.

According to Psychology Today:

  • Volunteering eases depression, strengthens immunity and lowers blood pressure
  • Volunteering establishes strong relationships
  • Volunteers have increased productivity, focus and creativity
  • Volunteering is good for society
  • Volunteering gives you a sense of purpose

For more information on volunteering at the Arboretum at Flagstaff, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Shannon Benjamin at Shannon.benjamin@thearb.org or 928-774-1442 ext. 127

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