Tree planting, Conservation Volunteers event, Johnson's Mills (Photo by NCC)

Tree planting, Conservation Volunteers event, Johnson's Mills (Photo by NCC)

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Conservation Volunteers at a trail maintenance event at the Five Fathom Hole Trail at the Musquash Estuary Nature Reserve, New Brunswick (Photo by NCC).

Conservation Volunteers at a trail maintenance event at the Five Fathom Hole Trail at the Musquash Estuary Nature Reserve, New Brunswick (Photo by NCC).

There are many ways to get involved and help support our conservation work in New Brunswick.

Volunteers play an important part in furthering the mandate of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in New Brunswick. They bring a unique perspective, varied expertise and an unsurpassed enthusiasm to protect the region’s natural areas. There are many ways that NCC’s volunteers support our conservation work in the Atlantic Region, including attending our Conservation Volunteers events, monitoring our nature reserves as property stewards, and assisting with community engagement and fundraising activities.

Here are a few ways to get involved:

Conservation Volunteers events

NCC’s Conservation Volunteers program engages people of all ages to get involved in the protection of Canada's biodiversity. Join NCC staff for one-day events to carry out critical conservation actions on our nature reserves, such as removing marine debris from coastal areas, maintaining and improving publicly used trails, removing invasive species, carrying out bird surveys and contributing to citizen science projects.

To learn more about Conservation Volunteers events hosted in New Brunswick, visit the Conservation Volunteers webpage or email Atlantic.Volunteers@natureconservancy.ca

Property and trail stewards

Volunteer property and trail stewards help by keeping a watchful eye on our nature reserves through monitoring the condition of the property, noting species of interest and reporting issues, such as illegal wood harvesting or dumping. They may also help to maintain trails, install boundary or information signs, and clean up debris. The information provided to NCC by property and trail stewards contributes to our ongoing property management and ensures that we are doing all that we can to conserve the ecological integrity of our lands

We have opportunities for volunteer property and trail stewards across New Brunswick, and are currently seeking volunteers for these priority nature reserves:

Baie Verte Nature Reserve (5 km from Port Elgin, NB)

Grand Manan Nature Reserve (53 km from Blacks Harbour, NB)

Lincoln Wetland Natural Area (13 km from Fredericton, NB)

Miscou Island Nature Reserve (31 km from Shippagan, NB)

Musquash Estuary Nature Reserve (20 km from Saint John, NB)

Sunset Valley Nature Reserve (35 km from Saint John, NB)

Tabusintac Nature Reserve (55 km from Miramichi, NB)

To find out how to get involved, email to Atlantic.Volunteers@natureconservancy.ca. Be sure to let us know where you are based, or which NCC property you're interested in helping out with.

Other volunteer opportunities

We have volunteers across the Atlantic Region that assist us with a variety of tasks and activities, including cataloguing wildlife photos from trail cameras, attending community outreach events, supporting fundraising efforts, and capturing the beauty of our nature reserves through photography and video.

To find out how to get involved, email Atlantic.Volunteers@natureconservancy.ca.

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