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Volunteer Stewardship Event at Island Lake Conservation Area-June 11th 2022

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Volunteer Position Name / Role: Volunteer Stewardship Event at Island Lake Conservation Area-June 11th 2022
Date Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2022
Organization Name: Credit Valley Conservation
Organization Contact: Tori Fisher
Why you might want to consider taking this opportunity: The Youth 4 the Credit program is a great way for youth (14-18 years old) to get out into their communities to take part in hands-on stewardship event to restore habitat in their local community. They will learn about local environmental issues and how environmental stewardship mitigates these issues, such as climate change and biodiversity.
Type of Organization: Public Service
More Info Link:
Volunteer type position is suitable for:
  • Youth
Duties / Roles / Activities: -Planting native plant species, including native wildflowers
-Removing invasive species
-Education activities such as a stream study or nature walk
Sample Tasks:
Dates & Times:
  • Weekend
Seasonal: All Year
Location of Volunteer Activity:
  • Orangeville and area
Wheelchair Accessibility: Yes
Can be used toward '40 Hours' for Highschool Graduation (OSSD): Yes
Does this opportunity relate to COVID-19: No
Commitment Length / Duration: One Time Event (several hours to several days for a particular initiative which is time limited)
Training Required:
  • Other
Transportation: Own Transportation Required
Expired Monday, June 13, 2022
Areas of Interest:
  • Support for Children / Youth
  • Conservation / Gardening / Horticulture / Nature / Trails / Environment
Skills / Experience:
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