Jacqui Reeves: Tending Nature’s Garden
30 Aug 2021
With everything that’s happened over the past year (events moved online, staff working primarily from home, etc.), the garden of our downtown Dartmouth office, Nature’s House, has grown quite wild - a bit more wild than we intended! Fortunately, having volunteered with the original planting process, our Volunteer of the Month Jacqui Reeves was well equipped to help out with some expert gardening care.
Volunteer of the Month: Katie Studholme
18 Apr 2021
This month we’re proud to introduce Katie Studholme, who has been contributing her scientific and analytical expertise to help our stewardship team’s work on property baselines.
All the Way from Brazil: Office Volunteer Arlete Casagrande
28 Oct 2020
Recently arrived from Brazil, Arlete joined our office volunteer team in 2019. At the time, she was studying at NSCC and was looking for opportunities to engage with her new community. She reminisces, “As a newcomer, it can be challenging to get to know people outside of the academic environment. Volunteering helped me to overcome the emptiness and sadness of living in a new country, where you don't know anyone. It gave me a purpose.”
Linda Tremblay: Long-time Volunteer and Supporter
18 Apr 2020
Linda Tremblay is a long-time friend and supporter of the Nature Trust. She has supported us on many Dinner & Auction Committees, and she is a regular volunteer at Nature's House. Read her story here.
Andy Robinson: Inspiring Others Through the Written Word
26 Mar 2020
Ever wonder who writes our fantastic donor and volunteer stories? Meet Andy Robinson - volunteer, team member and all-around great human being! Read on to hear, in his own words, why Andy started volunteering with the Nature Trust back in 2017 and how he uses his talents to inspire others.
Volunteer All-Stars Richard & Grace: Helping conserve nature one clean basement at a time
23 Mar 2020
With a lifetime spent in the health sciences field, Richard and Grace Beazley knew they wanted an active retirement—doing something healthy and physical in the outdoors. That decision, made almost 20 years ago, opened doors and opportunities they might never have expected.