Dinosaur River Cache Volunteer (CO)
ORGANIZATION: National Park Service
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The volunteer is responsible for river cache organization, inventory, river equipment maintenance and upkeep. Additional duties may include assisting with river permit check-ins, shuttling vehicles to river launch and take outs, and monitoring park visitation at popular park visitor use areas.
Majority of duties include working under the River Program Manager and other river program employees in maintaining river rafting equipment at the parks river cache. Work will be performed in indoor and outdoor settings.
Dinosaur National Monument’s climate is semiarid with temperatures averaging between 0°F to 30°F in January and 50°F to 100°F in July. Elevations within the park vary between 4,700 and 9,000 feet. Winter snow makes roads at higher elevations impassable while only light to moderate snow is found at lower elevations. Summer thunderstorms often cause heavy downpours and localized flooding but may fail to dampen parched soils less than a mile away.
Start Date - 2022-04-01
End Date - 2022-09-30
Activities include: Back Country/Wilderness;General Assistance;Visitor Information
Hosts Housing Amenities: RV/Trailer Pads;Other
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April 18, 2022
- Outdoor Recreation
- Water Recreation
- People 55+