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Volunteering is rewarding! We can customize your volunteer experience to take advantage of your skills, talents and interests, or to help you develop new knowledge and skills! Contact us for more details: 705-457-1222
The Land Between has many discrete and ongoing opportunities to get involved, from planting trees, to monitoring birds, snakes, turtles, to pioneering research. Here are some places that you can help!
- Check out our Citizen Science pages to help with wildlife monitoring
- The fourth annual Turtle Walk takes place in May 2021. This event will now take place in the comfort of your own front yard and pledges raised help support charities in Texas to help our sea turtles win the race!
- Turtle feeders- we need volunteers to help feed our teaching turtles this summer at our new headquarters in Haliburton
- Outreach- we are looking for talented writers to capture cool facts and events in communities across the region, and share them with people across Ontario
- Hands on! We are currently looking for helpers to install pilot turtle fencing in sites in Haliburton.
- Adopt-a-Species: Become a species-steward and help monitor one of the over 70 species at risk in the region
- Species monitoring- we are looking for people to install bird monitoring stations and report on findings in their backyards
And there are always other areas and evolving needs…Contact us for more details
We are hiring for fall 2021!
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- Communications Specialist (17-18/hour): This role involves investigative journalism – researching current issues and trends in nature conservation, including planning and enforcement, species at risk recovery, shoreland development, trends in species populations, case studies and success stories
- Computer Programmer (19/hour): This role involves the creation of app technologies to monitor environmental parameters. Working with a team. Data security. Community Science platforms
- Turtle labourer/technician (15/hour)- Haliburton area only: This role involves assisting staff with installing turtle underpasses, cleaning and caring for turtles.
- Outreach and Education Liaison (16-17/hour): This role involves learning and then interpreting environmental programs and conservation issues to the public at our head office. Guiding tours. Sales
- Lake Health Program Intern (18/hour): This role involves working with a larger team to design community science programming, interpret scientific trends, investigate case studies and planning issues related to lake health.
- Volunteer Coordinator (17/hour): This role involves reaching out to volunteers, surveying volunteer needs and reactions, hosting events and communications.
- Invasive species program coordinator (16-18/hour): This role involves studying control methods through research, case studies, and interviews, and designing mitigation programs and education for municipalities and the public.