There are many ways to get involved with plant regeneration work with Rim to Rim Restoration.  If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us.


Rim to Rim currently holds two annual events each year at our Mayberry Plant Propagation Center.  Our Spring event is an Earth Day celebration and is held on a Saturday in April nearest to Earth Day.  The event includes some time for volunteering at Mayberry followed by an Open House for individuals to tour the Mayberry grounds, ask questions, and see current projects.  Our Fall event is held on a Saturday in late October each year and is intended to be a celebration of the year’s projects and work. It is an Open House, similar to the Spring event.

For more information about either event, feel free to email or follow us on Facebook to get event notifications.


Many of Rim to Rim Restoration ‘s projects are grant funded and require matching funds and volunteer assistance with project implementation. This provides unique opportunities for community members to be involved in building their community while also improving the safety and condition of some of the most used public land in Moab.

Volunteer opportunities vary from project to project. If you are interested in finding out more or being notified when opportunities arise, please email us at (include a contact form including interests, experiences, availability).


Interns with Rim to Rim gain experience through hands-on involvement with native plant propagation, restoration projects, revegetation monitoring, methods of invasive species removal, and the operations of a small non-profit organization.

While some components of our internships are consistent and necessary, we also have the ability to tailor internships to meet the interests and experience level of selected interns.

We have opportunities for one intern per year. Please check out our internship job description to see if this opportunity could be a good fit for you. Please enquire about our internship if you would like more information about applying or a description of the position and time commitments, stipend and housing options.

If you are interested in learning more or have any questions, please contact us at  



The Mayberry Native Plant Propagation Center has space to accommodate various research and testing projects related to plant propagation, seed production, common gardens….or other ideas.  Please contact us if you are interested in sponsoring research already happening, or need some space to grow.


Rim to Rim can provide small seed increases, grow plants for revegetation efforts or otherwise help you meet your plant materials needs for projects in or near the Upper Colorado Plateau.  Please contact us with your questions and specifications so we can discuss options.