Located right on the Gorge Waterway, the Nature House was opened in 2008 and serves as a local community hub of marine and environmental education. Get your hands wet with a touch tank of live marine animals from our coast, check out a 3-D model of the surrounding watershed and have fun exploring various displays that provide a hands-on learning experience about local terrestrial and aquatic environments. The Nature House also runs educational programs for school and community groups, offers birthday party programs and operates a small concession stand and retail store.
We are searching for outgoing and dedicated volunteers to volunteer at the Gorge Waterway Nature House. This position includes:
Shifts will be available June 1 2018 through August 31 2018, 7 days a week, from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
Join us for a volunteer orientation session! In order to volunteer at the Nature House, a mandatory training session with one of our Gorge Waterway Action Society members is required.
Time Commitment: 6-18 hours/month (1-3 shifts)
For more information, or to schedule a training session, please contact the Gorge Waterway Action Society by email:
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GoodWork ID: 44056 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: May 31 2018