The Valles Caldera National Preserve isn’t just the work of our board and staff. Its creation was the joint effort of policy-makers, public servants and a large group of interested citizens who deeply care about the future of the place. We work in concert to protect the land and restore it. Perhaps someday our efforts will offer valuable lessons that be applied to other public lands.
This section of the Web site offers many ways to become involved. You can volunteer, get involved in providing feedback on our programs and planning, attend public meetings sponsored by the trust, or join an on-line forum to share your thoughts and dialog with others about the Trust and Preserve.
Additional ongoing opportunities for public comment regarding the management of the Preserve are provided through regular mail, email, telephone, fax, internet communications and periodic feedback mechanisms listed on this website. Interested parties can also schedule face to face meetings with available Trust personnel during regular business hours at the Trust offices in Jemez Springs, New Mexico.