Committed to the Beaver Hills

Several organizations actively engage volunteers in stewardship and conservation in the Beaver Hills Biosphere.

If you are looking for an opportunity to learn about, contribute to and connect with the Beaver Hills, these organizations, with the support of volunteers, steward land, promote conservation, research, education and recreation in the region.

The work they do makes a difference and epitomizes what it means to live and work in harmony with nature to inspire a positive future. Connect with them and see where opportunity takes you.

Elk Island National Park
Posted July 2022. The Park is seeking volunteers to support their elk/moose liver fluke monitoring program by assisting with sampling snails and vegetation at water bodies. All volunteers will have to sign an agreement and will have to go through project-specific training as well as bear safety training. Interested individuals are asked to contact Ramona Maraj at ramona.maraj@pc.gc.ca or 780-992-2985.