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Fundy National Park of Canada

Volunteering

Get Involved, Build a Legacy

A group shot of volunteers and a park staff in the woods © Parks Canada / S. Butland

Parks Canada welcomes over 6,000 volunteers to our National Parks and National Historic Sites each year. By getting involved with Fundy National Park's volunteer program, you too can become a part of this legacy, while helping us protect and preserve this special place and share its wonders with others. You'll discover meaningful and hands-on ways to deepen your connection to incredible natural spaces, not to mention meet new people, build career skills, and have fun!

You decide

Join us for a few hours, or commit to a long-term stewardship effort. Let us know how you'd like to get involved and we'll find the perfect fit for your interests.

Upcoming volunteer opportunities

  • Research and Monitoring Support  - Learn more about the park's recovery efforts for inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon through unique volunteer experiences alongside park biologists.
  • Special Events - Help build the celebration of the 5th annual Rising Tide Festival.
  • Caretakers  - Get involved in the maintenance of important ecological systems, by participating in activities such as invasive plant removal. Many hands make light work!
  • Ambassadors - Share your love for Fundy through Campground Host or Trail Ambassadors programs.
  • Rising Tide Festival  - We are in need of Roving Promoters, Musician Tent Host, Concert Greeter, Children Activities Helper, Drumming Workshop Assistant and Singer Song Writer Circle Assistant.

Our volunteer program is growing! Check back regularly for new opportunities to get involved.

Other ways to get involved

A young visitor exploring the ocean floor, during low tide, with a park employee © Parks Canada / C. Reardon

Citizen Science Visitor Programs

Join interpreters for programs that bring you up close and personal with research and monitoring efforts in Fundy National Park. Check the activity schedule for times and dates of these exciting opportunities.

Self Guided Stewardship Activities

Check in at the Fundy National Park Visitor Centre to report your wildlife sightings, or share your sightings via Facebook or Twitter. We are especially interested in sightings of the following species: Canada lynx, bobcat, coyote, red fox, black bear, American marten, fisher, moose, deer, Atlantic salmon, American eel, bats, butterflies and dragonflies.

Contact Us!

For more information on how you can get involved, contact Fundy's Volunteer Coordinator.