Josefine Singh, Conservation Volunteer, AB (Photo by NCC)

Josefine Singh, Conservation Volunteer, AB (Photo by NCC)

Josefine Singh

Conservation Volunteer

Josefine is one of many volunteers who participate in the Conservation Volunteers program (CV). She began volunteering in 2011 and has attended more than 50 events.

In 2012, Josephine recieved the Golden Glove award. This award recognizes the individual who took part in the most conservation projects over the course of a season. She participated in volunteer events near Edmonton and as far away as Saskatchewan. 

When asked what made her decide to volunteer with NCC, she told us: "I wanted to experience other parts of Alberta that I didn't know and the Nature Conservancy of Canada is active all over Alberta and beyond."

Over the course of the 2012 CV season, Josefine pulled invasive thistle at multiple properties, installed production cages, cleared fence lines and helped improve the bison handling facilities at Old Man on His Back Ranch.

"My favorite thing about the CV program is the camaraderie and fresh air. When the day is done, I have a real sense of accomplishment"

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