Volunteers with the marine debris they removed, Thomas Island, PEI (Photo by Stephen DesRoches).
Supporters of all types play an important part in furthering the mission of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Atlantic Canada.
Here are a few ways that you can get involved:
Sign up for NCC’s newsletter and stay informed about the important conservation that is happening across the country. Sign up here.
Protect Atlantic Canada's most precious places and become a regular donor to the region. You will join a growing group of dedicated NCC supporters who help protect the biodiversity and stunning landscapes of Canada’s East Coast. To donate, please click here.
For more information on donating, please contact Meghan Coyle, development officer, major gifts at 506-300-5729 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers bring a unique perspective, varied expertise and an enthusiastic spirit to protecting nature. Our Conservation Volunteers program provides the public with opportunities to monitor nature reserves as a property steward or assist with trail maintenance. More is achieved when we all work together.
Conservation Volunteers events
Join NCC staff for a one-day event to carry out important conservation actions on our nature reserves, such as removing marine debris from coastal areas, maintaining publicly used trails, removing invasive species and carrying out bird surveys. To learn more about Conservation Volunteers events, 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 property’s condition, noting species of interest and reporting issues, such as illegal wood harvesting or dumping. They may also help maintain trails or install signs.
To learn more about property or trail steward opportunities, see below or email Atlantic.Volunteers@natureconservancy.ca.
We have opportunities for volunteer property and trail stewards across Atlantic Canada, and are currently seeking volunteers for these priority nature reserves: