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We are grateful for our volunteers who collectively spent more than 10,000 hours protecting wild species and wild spaces.

Petrel Point boardwalk repairs © Megan Anevich

Nature Reserve Stewardship

Being a volunteer Nature Reserve steward involves visiting the property and monitoring it for native and invasive species, as well as other threats to the natural habitat. Stewards act as eyes on the ground for our Nature Reserves team. They assist staff to help preserve these unique and diverse natural habitats.

The role requires three visits to the Nature Reserve each year to monitor the property and report any activities to staff. This opportunity is focused on the steward’s interest, so we tailor the position to fit their needs.

Huron Fringe Field Naturalists, Planting event, George G. Newton Nature Reserve © Christine Roberts


Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us to help us protect nature in Ontario. Throughout the year, we have various volunteer needs across Ontario, so please stay connected.

We post opportunities on LinkedIn.

Eastern foxsnake monitoring © Smera Sukumar

Mailing List

From time to time we send emails about conservation news, our work and opportunities to get involved. Those emails includes our bi-monthly newsletter, Loon Call.

Together we are the voice for nature. Join our community so you can stand with us to speak up whenever and wherever nature needs us most.

You can unsubscribe at any time with link found at the bottom of every email we send. We respect your privacy and do not share email addresses.

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park © Noah Cole

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