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Couchiching Conservancy seeks volunteers for variety of roles

From greeting guests and marketing to monitoring for bats and frogs, there are plenty of positions available

Do you want to contribute to conservation science and management, improve your naturalist skills, spend time outdoors, and help protect nature? Now is a perfect time to sign up to volunteer with the Couchiching Conservancy.

There are openings in multiple programs and some new additions such as the invasive species team. People who share their time and skills to benefit nature in our region are at the heart of what the conservancy does. It is thanks to hundreds of volunteers that we’re able to accomplish so much, and make a difference for the species who call this area home.

You could listen for frogs at a nearby nature reserve and track species heard, or use special bat-monitoring equipment to listen for bats. There are opportunities to talk with trail visitors to spread the word about the work the conservancy does, or create content to promote the Passport to Nature program.

Positions available include:

  • Grant’s greeters
  • Office support
  • Special skills
  • Passport to Nature marketing
  • Property maintenance
  • Land stewards
  • Frog monitors
  • Bat monitors
  • Monarch monitors
  • Grassland bird surveys
  • Reptile monitors
  • Salamander monitors
  • Water quality monitors
  • Wildlife on roads
  • Invasive species team
  • Trail camera team

Please review each job description carefully, determine which are the right fit for you, and complete an application so we can chat further. Applications close soon, so apply as soon as possible. All volunteers are provided training.
To learn more and apply: