Broadwalks & Broadworks
Each year the national office and local Broadband chapters plan Broadwalks and Broadworks where you can learn more about America’s public lands.
Broadwalks focus on a region-specific campaign or public lands issue and include guided hikes and tours, evening presentations, and opportunities for stewardship and advocacy. Camping/lodging, most meals, and activities are all included in the registration fee.
Broadworks are just as educational and engaging, but these events are centered around multi-day stewardship projects that involve ecological restoration or monitoring. We often coordinate with partner organizations and federal agencies on projects where they need help.
Broadwalks and Broadworks are a great way to get involved, meet new people, make friends, and have lots of fun!
Can’t make it to an in-person event? Join us virtually for an educational and interactive webinar. From film screenings to panel discussions and presentations by experts, learn and grow as an advocate from the comfort of your own home.
We’ve engaged folks around climate resilience, the impact and history of fire, the impact of climate change on coastal ecosystems, and more. Zoom is a mighty weapon for creating activists and connecting to communities near and far!
Join a Broads FUNdraiser event as a way to have a good time AND support our work to protect and preserve public lands, wilderness, and fight climate change.
Our fundraising events have included writing workshops, rafting trips, high country getaways, live and online auctions, and more.
Interesting adventures and events await! Check out our events calendar for offerings.
Broadband chapters host events and meetings focused around regional or state public lands issues. Each chapter has a flavor of its own and pursues topics members are most passionate about. Broadband activities are a way to meet new and like-minded people—and have fun.
Broadbands members get together to learn about, explore, and advocate for public lands. They participate in advocacy training, write letters to elected officials, and plan campaign strategies, camp outs, and hikes.
Broadbands are putting together some great experiences—and you can be a part of it!
Check out the events calendar
to see what’s going on near you.