NCC is a non-profit, non-advocacy organization that takes a business-like approach to preserving Canada’s natural heritage. Our focus is on conservation through private action, and we have a strong track record of partnering with individuals, corporations, community groups, conservation groups and government bodies to create win-win solutions that benefit nature.
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First, you can join NCC for a group event with the Conservation Volunteers program. This program engages people of all ages in the protection of our country’s species and natural habitats by providing meaningful, hands-on experiences in ecologically significant natural areas. By joining a Conservation Volunteers event, you can explore unique habitats, observe rare species and learn from knowledgeable professionals while contributing to important conservation work.Visit the Conservation Volunteers website at www.conservationvolunteers.ca to see the list of events in your region.The second possibility for volunteering with NCC is to assist our staff in the field or at the office and help in the accomplishment of our regular stewardship work.If you think that this option sounds interesting and wish to volunteer that way, please tell us more about your skills and interests by filling the attached volunteer application form.
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|Contact Information||Carine Deland
Land Stewardship Agent
Register directly on the web site when an activity is posted.
Our office is located at 55 Mont-Royal West, bur.1000 Montréal. But we have over 300 properties across Quebec. That is where our stewardship work is done.
Nature Conservancy of Canada