Our Conservation Volunteers program attracts many dedicated, energetic and fun people, who lend their time and talents to everything from planting trees and weeding out invasives, to banding birds and building trails, to helping out with mailings and filing and other useful office tasks.
The Elk River Alliance helped rebuild a washed-out bridge on the Ancient Cottonwood Trail.
A dedicated group of volunteers helps out at the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve near Duncan almost every week.
Rick Hoar, president of the Lake Windermere Rod and Gun Club, leads a helpful crew of volunteers known as the Snag Crew. Find out how they are helping care for NCC's lands in the Columbia Valley.