Our conservation achievements would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of our passionate and enthusiastic volunteers.
Volunteers help with everything, including caring for our conservation lands, fundraising, producing our newsletter, and serving on our many active committees—all are important activities in our efforts to preserve Nova Scotia’s wild places.
Do you love to be outdoors? Are you someone who loves to make new connections?
For many volunteer opportunities with the Nature Trust, no previous training or experience is necessary. All you need is a desire to help by donating your time and skills.
Whatever your passion, we have a place for you. Get involved today!
What Can I Do?
Outdoor Volunteer Opportunities
Help care for our growing network of conservation lands and ensure we keep our commitment of forever wild. Property Guardians are critical to successful land stewardship, and we are expanding this program as the need for volunteers is growing.
Bird's Eye View Volunteers
Bird’s Eye View is a program that allows birders to do what they love—and help our conservation efforts!
We often need assistance with specific field-based projects. Please inquire about opportunities if you have a specialist scientific background.
Office, Event and Fundraising Support Volunteers
Volunteer at our events throughout the year including our Annual Dinner & Auction and our Connecting with Nature event series.
Be a part of the daily life of the Nature Trust by volunteering as office support, help with outreach, communications and more.
If you share our passion for nature we can find fun, enjoyable and interesting ways for you to get involved.
To find out more please email Ryan MacLean, our Volunteer Coordinator, or call (902) 425-5263.