Posts Tagged ‘Volunteer’

Operation: Restoration

Not all of NCC’s projects start out as pristine wilderness – some need a little care to get them back to a state where they can once more support a diverse range of native plants and animals. This is where you come in. Restoration can take a lot of work – building wetlands, planting trees…

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Piping Plover 2018 Call for Volunteer Guardians

My name is Allison Slater. I am the Piping Plover Biologist and Volunteer Coordinator for Ontario Parks Southeast Zone. We have started to see the arrival of Piping Plovers at Darlington and Presqu’ile Provincial Parks and are hopeful to spot them at nearby beaches in the coming weeks. I am currently looking for conservation enthusiasts…

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NCC’s alvars, prairies, and wetlands need your help!

At NCC we use ecological restoration to help reverse environmental degradation and the loss of biodiversity. Our biologists tackle invasive species, rehabilitate streams, create wetlands, plant trees, and so much more, but they need your help! Join us in Minesing Wetlands to restore fish habitat or in Carden Alvar and Hazel Bird Nature Reserve to…

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FROM THE VOLUNTEER CORNER!

Volunteers needed to man the Club’s display table! Location:  Buckhorn Fine Art Festival, Buckhorn Community Centre, 1782 Lakehurst Rd Date:   Saturday August 13th OR Sunday August 14th Shifts:   10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. OR 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. For just a few hours of volunteering you will have the opportunity to explore the festival  (buckhornfineart.com) Contact…

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