For All Volunteers:

All volunteers should read both of the Volunteer Training Manuals.

Part 1

Volunteer Orientation Manual v.14 - February 2017 (.pdf, 551.2 KB)

Part 2

Volunteer Training Manual - February 2017 (.pdf, 870.1 KB)

 Click here to do a short quiz about the Bruce Trail Conservancy 

 

Resources for Trail Maintenance:

To access the Trail Maintenance Videos - Loose on the Bruce - Click here.

Guide for Trail Workers 3rd Edition (.pdf, 31.3 MB)

Basic Trail Maintenance Guide for Trail Captains & Trail Workers_Ed2_2013 (.pdf, 8.8 MB)

Trail Workers Guide to Sensitive Species (.pdf, 1.6 MB)

 

Trail Status Report (Online Form)

NOTE: Please ensure that you are using the most current version of your internet browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox) before filling out and submitting this form.

 

Resources for Land Stewardship:

A Guide to Land Stewardship - May 2015 (.pdf, 280.8 KB)

Health and Safety for BTC Volunteers (.pdf, 524 KB)

 Click here for a short quiz about invasive species

 

Annual Monitoring Report (Online Form)

 NOTE: Please ensure that you are using the most current version of your internet browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox) before filling out and submitting this form.

 

Resources for Landowner Relations:

Landowner Relations Manual (.pdf, 972.7 KB)

 Click here for a short quiz about landowner relations

 

Resources for Hike Leaders:

Hike Leader Checklist (.pdf, 251.3 KB)

 Click here for a short Hike Leader quiz

 

Resources for Clubs:

Succession Planning Toolkit 2014 (.pdf, 143.1 KB)

Word of Mouth recruitment brochure (.pdf, 186.5 KB)

Corporate Volunteers Toolkit (.pdf, 250.7 KB)

Dealing with Difficult Volunteers Resource (.pdf, 176.7 KB)

 

BTC Intranet:

Click the following link to access the BTC Intranet, which will provide access to the BTC Calendar and BTC Google Drive. For login instructions contact Jackie Randle: jrandle@brucertrail.org.

https://sites.google.com/a/brucetrail.org/bruce-trail-conservancy---welcome/

 

AODA Training Resources and Policy:

The Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. The BTC believes in integration and equal opportunity. It is committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner, and will do so by meeting accessibility requirements and preventing and removing barriers to accessibility, as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Click here for the Accessible Ontario Disability Act training information webpage.