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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

For those with a passion for the outdoors, this is the perfect volunteer opportunity. 

The Arizona State Parks Board is looking for volunteer advisors.  These positions have the potential power to influence policy changes that in turn will affect some favorite recreation spots. 

There are a total of nine openings for three different advisory committees, with their meetings taking place across the state.  There is an advisory board for trails, off-highway vehicle areas and natural preservation.  

Advisory positions are held for a three year term, which begins in January.  The deadline to submit an application is 5 p.m., Monday, September 15, 2014.   

Those interested in applying should go online to AZStateParks.com/committees or call Dawn Collins, Chief of Resources and Public Programs, at (602) 542-7128.

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