Conservation Volunteers having fun in Alberta. Photo by Brent Calver

Conservation Volunteers having fun in Alberta. Photo by Brent Calver

Find a Conservation Volunteer Event Near You

From butterfly and bird inventories, to cleaning up beaches and removing invasive species, we offer a variety of events to suit your interests.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada has implemented measures to comply with government and health authority regulations with respect to public safety and COVID-19. All registrants will be asked to complete a health assessment prior to attending the event.

Upcoming volunteer events

British Columbia | Alberta | Saskatchewan | Manitoba | Ontario | Quebec | Atlantic


British Columbia

NCC does not currently offer Conservation Volunteers events in British Columbia.


  • Conservation Volunteers restoration clean-up event
    Fence-Free Ferrier
    May 27, 2022

    Red Deer, AB

    Get outside and remove an old barbed-wire fence from our Ferrier property to help reduce wildlife hazards.

  • Conservation Volunteers inventory event
    To Bee or Not to Bee
    June 4, 2022

    Gambling Lake, AB

    Come and learn about pollinator habitat from expert Luke Wonneck at Gambling Lake!

  • Inventory
    Bee the Change
    June 12, 2022

    Pincher Creek, AB

    Join us at this hands-on event for an unforgettable learning experience on bumble bees and native plants from bee expert Megan Evans!

  • Conservation Volunteers restoration clean-up event
    Thistle Be The One
    June 18, 2022

    H.G. Lawrence property

    Get your hands dirty while helping us remove pesky invasive plants from our conservation areas.







  • Plugs for the Prairie
    May 28, 2022

    Van Hove and Evens, Rice Lake Plains

    Help restore rare prairie habitat to the Rice Lake Plains! The Rice Lake Plains were once covered with tallgrass prairies and oak savanna and need a hand being restored to their former glory. Help give this globally rare habitat a comeback by planting native prairie species plugs on our Van Hove property.

  • Conservation Volunteer, ON (Photo by Neil Ever Osborne)
    Plantapalooza on Pelee Island!
    May 29, 2022

    Florian Diamante Nature Reserve, Pelee Island, Ontario

    This 25-hectare wetland project has returned a former agricultural field to its original state as a marsh. You will help re-establish native plant diversity on the site by planting wetland plants around the edges of the marsh and baby oak trees in the upland areas.




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