The Ambassadors for Wilderness program provides young people from grade 7 through college the chance to experience the lesser known wilderness areas of Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Participants gain skills, volunteer service hours, and can progress from short backpacking programs to student leadership to college internships and paid seasonal positions.
Did You Know?
The Ladies' PEO organization led the original effort to make Great Sand Dunes a national monument in 1932. Pictured at left is Myrtle Woods, a member of PEO at that time. More...