Intern Rebekah Neufeld at a newly discovered snake hibernaculum in the Interlake region of Manitoba (Photo by NCC)

Intern Rebekah Neufeld at a newly discovered snake hibernaculum in the Interlake region of Manitoba (Photo by NCC)

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Girl Guides, Jiggens Bluff, MB (photo by NCC)

Girl Guides, Jiggens Bluff, MB (photo by NCC)

Several Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) projects in Manitoba rely on the time and creative talent of volunteers to help with a variety of tasks, from clearing land to organizing special events. Time dedicated varies from several hours, to one day, to longer-term commitments.

Winter Weather Watchers

NCC has partnered with the Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship Division, Wildlife and Fisheries Branch. We are looking for volunteer citizen scientists to become Winter Weather Watchers

Winter Weather Watchers record temperature and snow depth about local and regional weather conditions. This information will be used to inform management decisions and scientific understanding of the winter ecology of species like white-tailed deer, endangered butterflies and more.

For more information on the Winter Weather Watchers program, please contact us at manitoba@natureconservancy.ca or 866-683-6934.

Conservation Volunteers

NCC's Conservation Volunteers program engages people in the protection of Canada's biodiversity. The program provides a meaningful, hands-on, educational experience in important natural areas. Our events are carefully designed to ensure your volunteer time is dedicated to critical conservation activities.

Conservation Volunteers can help staff on projects that contribute to the long-term management of properties owned and managed by NCC and our partners, right across Canada.

Find events in the Manitoba Region > 

To speak to the Conservation Volunteers coordinator in NCC's Manitoba Region, please contact us at manitoba@natureconservancy.ca or 204-725-5969.

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