Arizona State Parks Foundation supports the historic and natural resources of Arizona State Parks by securing funding for the following programs:
Arizona Site Steward Archaeological Monitoring Program
A nationally acclaimed model for volunteer archaeological site monitoring, the Arizona Site Steward program engages more than 800 state-wide volunteers in the visitation and monitoring of archaeological sites on state, federal and private lands throughout Arizona. Site Stewards report disturbances and/or vandalism through appropriate channels enabling land managers to pursue legal recourse against criminals who profiteer in the re-sale of historic artifacts. The Arizona Site Stewards endeavor to secure the legacy of Arizona history and pre-history through this valuable program.
Arizona State Parks Foundation supports educational and training workshops and the annual conference of the Arizona Site Stewards Archaeological Monitoring Program.
Arizonans enjoy an outdoor lifestyle that includes the utilization of a myriad of trails throughout Arizona for hikers, bikers, equestrians and off-road vehicles. The Arizona Trails System is developed and maintained through the Arizona Trails Program at Arizona State Parks.
Arizona State Parks Foundation supports the Arizona Trails Program through the facilitation of a bi-annual statewide conference and various volunteer education and training workshops.
Arizona State Parks relies on volunteers in communities throughout Arizona where state parks are located.
Arizona State Parks Foundation supports the annual Volunteer Venture Training Workshop and Awards Program.
To learn more about any of the above listed programs, please email: email@example.com.