Due to COVID-19 health measures, volunteering is different than in past years - but still as interesting and rewarding!
Be a citizen scientist
Report what you see through iNaturalist or assist with collecting flowering, wildlife and shoreline litter records for future scientific use and long-term monitoring.
Be a habitat hero
Help control non-native invasive species or maintain the salamander byway system and their habitat.
Be a restoration hero
Plant to restore endangered species or disturbed sites. Help collect native plant seed.
Be a steward
Keeping the Canadian side of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park World Heritage Site pristine or help at the native plant demonstration garden.
Volunteer opportunites in 2021citizen science
iNaturalist - Waterton Lakes National Park natural history
When: Anytime, using smartphone appsteward
Busy beaver cleanup crew
When: Now through September, self-directedsteward
Peace Park native plant garden
When: Now through September, self-directed after orientationhabitat hero restoration hero
Group volunteer projects
When: Now through mid-Octobercitizen science habitat hero
When: Saturdays in Septemberhabitat hero
When: Now through mid-Octoberrestoration hero
Limber and whitebark pine planting
When: All dates full
Christmas bird count
When: Sunday, December 19 (Count week December 16-18 and 20-22)
To be on our volunteer contact list or register for any of our projects, email Email address: email@example.com