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Find Your Match

Make a meaningful impact in your community! Find your local trail volunteer group that suits your interests and will give you the opportunity to be a force for positive change. Whether you’re passionate about education, environmental conservation, social outreach, or other vital causes, this is your chance to connect, collaborate, and contribute to your local trails system. Together, we can create more trails, longer trails and connect our neighborhoods with trails and dedicated volunteer efforts. Explore the various ways you can get involved and be a part of something greater. Your help can make a world of difference.

Uwharrie Trail Builders

The Uwharrie Trailblazers volunteer in the Uwharrie National Forrest. They organize monthly trail workdays, member-only hikes, and annual 40 mile Uwharrie Trail Thru Hike and Celebration.

Friends of the Mountains to Sea

Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail’s mission is to bring together communities and volunteers to build, maintain, and advocate for an enduring footpath connecting North Carolina’s natural, historic, and cultural treasures and to ensure that all people feel welcome on the trail. Our region has quite a few section leaders that are constantly working on trail  projects! The Mountains-to-sea trail passes through several counties in our region. Find your local trail crew leader HERE.


Elkin Valley Trails Association

EVTA is an all-volunteer organization in Elkin, NC that gets things done! We welcome your energy at trail workdays, event planning, fundraising, grant writing and in ways we haven’t even thought of yet. We welcome new ideas. Join us!

Piedmont Fat Tire Society

Piedmont Fat Tire Society coordinates and works closely with Greensboro Parks & Rec and Greensboro city staff to clear and maintain mountain bike trails in the Piedmont region. If you want to volunteer for these clean ups send an email to with the subject line “Can Volunteer.” Please include your name and cell phone number!

Carolina Climbers Coalition

Are you a climber ready to give back to your crag? Trail stewardship leads to more climbing access, less erosion, a more enjoyable user experience, and helps establish better relationships with land managers. 

Between 2019 – January 1, 2023, the CCC Logged over 20,000 hours of stewardship work on public lands, engaged over 2500+ in-person volunteers, removed 250+ graffiti tags, replaced 1,000+ bad bolts.

In our region, the CCC manages Pilot Mountain State Park, and Moore’s Wall. To get involved, or to check out their other locations click the link below!

Friends of Sauratown Mountains

Did you know, Pilot Mountain State Park and Hanging Rock State Park are part of the Sauratown Mountain range? These two ranges are maintained by the amazing volunteers at Friends of Sauratown Mountains. Visit their website and facebook to see what projects they are working on, and upcoming events!

Yadkin Riverkeeper

We rely on volunteers to help us ensure that the Yadkin River is clean and safe. We need help with everything from educating the community about threats to clean water to investigating water quality problems. We work with lawyers, researchers and citizen scientists to find problems and determine how to address them. We also need volunteers for our events – especially our paddles!

Dan River Basin Association

There are tons of volunteer opportunities with the Dan River Basin Association like river cleanups, monthly river inspections and event support!


Check out year round volunteer opportunities with the Haw River Assembly. You can help our with Trash Trout maintenance, monitoring a section of the river, events, and river stabilization.

Piedmont Land Conservancy

Our organization got its start in 1990 with a group of concerned citizen volunteers that worked quietly, but effectively, for several years to protect much of the Piedmont that our community enjoys today. That volunteer spirit and commitment to the organization continues to grow, helping to enhance and strengthen our land conservation and education projects. PLC serves nine northern Piedmont counties – Alamance, Caswell, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin.

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