Ways to Get Involved

Volunteer With Us

A community of volunteers have been the driving force behind the Bruce Trail for over 60 years. Today, more than 1,400 volunteers donate their time and talents to the Bruce Trail Conservancy and its nine Bruce Trail Clubs. Without this remarkable year-round support, the Bruce Trail Conservancy and the Bruce Trail would not be what it is today. They strive to keep it going today, and they’re looking for you to join them as the next generation of volunteers. 

Why Become a Volunteer with the Bruce Trail Conservancy and its Bruce Trail Clubs?

Volunteering with the Bruce Trail Conservancy and its Bruce Trail Clubs is a way to give back to the community helping to conserve and care for the Niagara Escarpment – home of the Bruce Trail. You’ll help secure the Bruce Trail, share and learn skills, be a part of a team, and develop lasting friendships.

There are roles for people outdoors and inside, for people who love manual labor and those who are excellent organizers. Whether you’ve had years of experience or you’re brand new to volunteering, we look forward to helping you have the experience of a lifetime on the Trail of a lifetime. 

Volunteer Spotlight

Alina Lin

Alina Lin

I enjoy being able to hike or work with like-minded people. I get to connect with people from different cultures and backgrounds, learn new skills and knowledge, and share my experiences. I moved to Canada in 2009 and more than half of my friend circle and some best friends were made through volunteering! I also feel a sense of accomplishment seeing my volunteering efforts make a difference.

Alina Lin

Volunteer Spotlight

Alina Lin

I enjoy being able to hike or work with like-minded people. I get to connect with people from different cultures and backgrounds, learn new skills and knowledge, and share my experiences. I moved to Canada in 2009 and more than half of my friend circle and some best friends were made through volunteering! I also feel a sense of accomplishment seeing my volunteering efforts make a difference.

Bruce Trail Clubs

The Bruce Trail Conservancy has nine Bruce Trail Clubs, each corresponding to a section of the Bruce Trail. Each Club is entirely volunteer run. Volunteers are responsible for most of the day-to-day work keeping the Bruce Trail open. In addition to trail maintenance, club volunteers build and repair boardwalks and other structures, steward Bruce Trail Conservancy protected natural areas, monitor and manage rare plants and invasive species, develop management plans for their sections, and much, much more. 

Volunteer Roles and Descriptions

Bruce Trail Clubs

Each of our nine Bruce Trail Clubs offer an extensive program of organized hikes, throughout the year, for members and non-members. Trained volunteers are responsible for leading and organizing these hikes – sharing with others the wonders of the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment.

Landowner relation volunteers help the Bruce Trail Conservancy maintain healthy working relationships with landowners, both public and private, whose land the Bruce Trail crosses, and resolves concerns as they may arise. Learn more about our landowner relations program.

Volunteers maintain the Bruce Trail and its side trails keeping the footpath safe, navigable, and enjoyable. From painting blazes, to building structures, to monitoring trail conditions, volunteers are needed every step of the way. Volunteer positions include: 

  • Trail director: Responsible for the planning, maintenance and overall quality of the Bruce Trail in the Bruce Trail Club’s section, and for the overall organization and operation of the Club’s trail work.
  • Trail captain: Maintains the Bruce Trail and side trails in a designated section of the Bruce Trail.
  • Trail maintenance volunteer: Help with construction and repairs on the Bruce Trail.

Collect important biodiversity data as you hike! Our citizen scientists are helping to develop a map of flora along the Bruce Trail. Whether you are a trained botanist, mycologist or ornithologist, or just interested in learning more about the different species calling the Bruce Trail home, the Bruce Trail Conservancy can use your help. Using the free powerful online tool iNaturalist, you can collect much needed data while you are out hiking the Bruce Trail. Learn more about our iNaturalist Bruce Trail Conservancy Project

Volunteers are a vital component of our land stewardship program. Volunteer land stewards actively care for each of the properties that are owned or managed by the Bruce Trail Conservancy. As the Bruce Trail Conservancy acquires more land in our efforts to establish a conservation corridor containing the Bruce Trail, our land stewardship needs grow. Learn more about our land stewardship program. Land stewardship positions include:

  • Land steward director: Each Bruce Trail Club has one land steward director to coordinate the work of the land stewards in that Club.
  • Land steward: Are the caretakers of each Bruce Trail Conservancy protected natural areas who visit their assigned property at least twice a year, complete annual reports on the conditions of the property, provide input into the stewardship plans, and help to organize and carry out stewardship activities such as tree planting, garbage removal, and installing signs and fences.

Each Bruce Trail Club has their own board which oversees the activities of the Club. There are many possible volunteer roles on the Bruce Trail Club Boards, including:

  • Bruce Trail Club President 
    Responsible for the general overseeing of Bruce Trail Club operations, and for the direction, development and promotion of the overall objectives and goals of the Club
  • Bruce Trail Club Vice President
    Act in place of the club president when the president is unavailable and to be the president elect
  • Bruce Trail Club Secretary
    Record proceedings of all Bruce Trail Club board and club executive meetings
  • Bruce Trail Club Treasurer
    Responsible for the custody of the funds of the Bruce Trail Club and all financial matters affecting the Club
  • Bruce Trail Club Director – Member at Large
    Participate in the Bruce Trail Club board’s deliberations and decisions in matters of policy, finance and advocacy
  • Bruce Trail Club Archivist
    Keep safe all of the important records of the Bruce Trail Club
  • Bruce Trail Club Fundraising Director
    Help to promote and collect funds through events or other initiatives to support the Bruce Trail Conservancy at the club level
  • Bruce Trail Club Hike Director
    Provide direction to all Bruce Trail Club hike leaders and compile a list of all upcoming hikes for the Bruce Trail Club newsletter
  • Bruce Trail Club Land Steward Director 
    Implement and promote the land stewardship program at the Bruce Trail Club level
  • Bruce Trail Club Landowner Relations Director 
    Maintain a healthy working relationship with landowners and resolve issues as they arise
  • Bruce Trail Club Membership Director
    Retain and increase the Bruce Trail Conservancy membership at the Bruce Trail Club level
  • Bruce Trail Club Newsletter Editor
    The main administrative contact in producing the Bruce Trail Club newsletter
  • Bruce Trail Club Public Relations & Publicity Director 
    Publicize Bruce Trail Club’s activities, aims and objectives
  • Bruce Trail Club Trail Director
    Responsible for the planning, maintenance and overall quality of the Bruce Trail in the Bruce Trail Club’s section, and for the overall organization and operation of Trail work
  • Bruce Trail Club Volunteer Coordinator
    Coordinate volunteers throughout the Bruce Trail Club, and to facilitate the recruiting, training and recognition of all volunteers in the Club

Bruce Trail Conservancy

The Bruce Trail Conservancy is governed by a board of directors and supported by the strategic and operational committees.
Learn more about our board of directors 

The Bruce Trail Conservancy relies on its dedicated office volunteers and our archivist. Both roles spend regular time in the office helping with many different tasks, including: 

  • BTC Office Volunteer

Help out in the office in a variety of capacities, stuffing envelopes, data entry, answering phones and serving customers in the store. 

  • BTC Archivist 

Maintain BTC items of historic importance.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the Bruce Trail, and there are many opportunities to get involved.
Thank you for your interest in giving back to the Bruce Trail Conservancy and the Bruce Trail through volunteering.

  • Head Office Volunteers: Support the BTC Front Desk team in customer service calls, store and ecommerce operations, or the Fund Development team in its efforts including: making donor thank-you calls, assisting with seasonal mailings, and researching grant opportunities.
  • Publicity Director – responsible for the public image of the Club in the community and for maintaining this image through the use of media; by liaising with other Directors and Volunteers on projects/events.  It is most important for the Publicity Director to have excellent communication and people skills.  Knowledge of publications and marketing are desirable assets.
  • Events Director – role requires that the Director work with members of the Board to plan and develop events relevant to specific Board portfolios and to the general Membership.  This individual will be a key participant at events and needs to bring an enthusiastic approach to hosting Club members at events and supporting Event Leaders. 

If you are interested in learning more about either of these roles OR, volunteering in general with the Club, please email chbtcmembershipdirector@gmail.com with your name; phone number and a preferred time for an initial conversation.

  • Vice President
  • Trail Director
  • Director-at-large
  • Landowner Relations Director
  • Public Relations Director
  • Vice President
  • Trail Monitor

For interest in one of these roles, please contact the Niagara Bruce Trail Club directly by email at niagarabrucetrailclub@gmail.com or submit a volunteer application and note interest in a position.

Director Roles

  • Hike Director
    Responsible for managing hiking activities, creating the hike schedule, publishing the schedule with our Communications Team support and recruiting new hike leaders as required with the assistance of our Volunteer Director. Your team will include existing hike leaders, a Trail Angel Team leader, and a Badge Coordinator.
  • Secretary
    Responsible for Board meeting minutes, managing essential documents with the assistance of our Google Drive Coordinator, and for being the chief administrative person. Organization skills are key for this role.
  • Vice President
    Assists the President, other Board Directors, and BTC Teams as required. The VP initiates projects that will help us achieve our goals more effectively. We need a leader who enjoys collaboration across multiple teams.
  • BTC Board Representative
    Represents the BMBTC at the Bruce Trail Conservancy level. We seek a leader with previous Board experience with at least two of the following competencies: deep connection to BTC activities, government relations, board governance, strategic capability, senior leadership experience, fundraising, conservation, land acquisition, finance/accounting/risk management/legal.

Support Roles

  • Advertising Coordinator
    Responsible for promoting the BMBTC as a valuable avenue for advertising local and sometimes farther reaching businesses.
  • Newsletter Coordinator
    Work directly with the board members and other volunteer teams to produce a bi-monthly digital newsletter
  • Communications Team Member
    The Communications Team focuses on helping the board and volunteer teams get their content onto social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook. 
  • Events and Fundraising Committee Member
    You will help bring back some pre-covid events, and then help create new events that engage all parts of our community around a love for the Bruce Trail.
  • Biodiversity Team Member

If any of these roles are of interest to you, and you would like to learn more, please apply online.

  • Director at Large
  • Fundraising Director
  • Secretary and Archivist
  • Treasurer
  • Communications & Publicity Director
  • Hike Leader 
  • Trail Maintenance 
  • Trail Captain 
  • Vice President
  • Land Stewardship Assistant Director
  • Volunteer Coordinator

If you are interested in any of these positions

Volunteer Recognition

Volunteers are the soul of the Bruce Trail, and we appreciate all of their efforts! Extraordinary people put in thousands of hours of volunteer work every year to manage and promote the Bruce Trail in an effort to keep it open and in good repair.

The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award is awarded to an individual, volunteer group, institution or company that has demonstrated a significant contribution to the restoration and preservation of the Bruce Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, or significantly enhanced the education of users or potential users of the Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The recipient needs not be a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Exemplary actions by the recipients can have either a direct and/or indirect effect on the Bruce Trail. Meritorious actions can be a single event or undertaken over several years.

Background: In the spring of 1956 Arthur Storey saw his first calypso orchid on a trip to Tobermory. Twenty years later Lloyd Smith commemorated the event by carving a diamond willow walking staff for him, including a likeness of a calypso orchid on the handle. In 1997 Arthur donated the walking staff to the Bruce Trail Conservancy, with the wish that an environmental award be established. The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award was established in 2000.

The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award is awarded to an individual, volunteer group, institution or company that has demonstrated a significant contribution to the restoration and preservation of the Bruce Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, or significantly enhanced the education of users or potential users of the Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The recipient needs not be a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Exemplary actions by the recipients can have either a direct and/or indirect effect on the Bruce Trail. Meritorious actions can be a single event or undertaken over several years.

Background: In the spring of 1956 Arthur Storey saw his first calypso orchid on a trip to Tobermory. Twenty years later Lloyd Smith commemorated the event by carving a diamond willow walking staff for him, including a likeness of a calypso orchid on the handle. In 1997 Arthur donated the walking staff to the Bruce Trail Conservancy, with the wish that an environmental award be established. The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award was established in 2000.

Nomination Information: Request nomination form from the BTC Director of Organizational Resources here. . Send completed nomination to same email by June 1.

The Ross McLean Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes a volunteer who has shown extraordinary contributions to the Bruce Trail Conservancy within a single year (from April of the previous year to April of the current year only). The award is not intended to recognize a lifetime of contributions as that would preclude volunteers who have been with us for a short time. Any form of volunteering for the Bruce Trail Conservancy may be considered for this award.

This annual award was renamed in 2020 to honour the passing of its first recipient and remarkable volunteer, Ross McLean. 

Nomination Information: Submit nomination letter of 250 words outlining why the nominee should be considered for this award to the BTC Director Organizational Resources at jrandle@brucetrail.org by June 1.

This award is presented annually to an outstanding trail worker. Susan Oleskevich was a special Bruce Trail volunteer. For more than a decade she was a loyal trail maintenance volunteer. During this time, she was Trail Director for the Conservancy, and for the Caledon Hills and Toronto Bruce Trail Clubs.

When Susan died suddenly in the summer of 1995, a group of her friends wanted to donate a lasting symbol of her contribution to the Trail. From these discussions came the Susan Oleskevich Award. The contributions of Susan Oleskevich deserve to be remembered. With the annual presentation of this award, her memory will remain strong and provide a source of motivation for all of us as we continue our volunteer commitment.

The criteria for selection are that the winner shall:

  • Have been actively involved in the physical work of trail maintenance and development
  • Have long-standing commitment to trail work
  • Be an outstanding trail worker

Nomination Information: Submit a nomination letter to the Bruce Trail Conservancy Trail Director by August 15.

This annual award is given in recognition of the invaluable contributions made by our volunteers at the Bruce Trail Conservancy head office. Recipients are chosen annually by BTC staff and the award is presented at our year-end celebration.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy Honorary Membership is a prestigious award given to a member who has made a lasting, significant volunteer contribution to the organization at both the Bruce Trail Club and Bruce Trail Conservancy levels. The nominee must have demonstrated leadership, innovation, and commitment and have accomplished significant achievements in furthering the Bruce Trail Conservancy mission. The recipient is awarded a certificate and a complimentary lifetime membership.

Nomination Information: Request nomination form from the BTC Director of Organizational Resources here. Send completed nomination by June 1.

Awarded annually to the Bruce Trail Club completing the most significant trail project that places the Trail on the Optimum Route, or adds a worthwhile new side trail.

Awarded annually to the Bruce Trail Club completing the year’s most significant trail project which improves or protects the environment.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy Years of Service Awards recognize volunteers who have contributed so many years to volunteering directly for the Conservancy, either through committees, boards, workgroups, or at the Head Office. Awards are given out for 1, 3, 5, 10,15, 20 and 25 years of service.

Years of service awards have been recorded since 1993. In 1993 a catch-up award was given to all volunteers, and volunteer time given since 1993 are all that is counted towards the years of service awards.

The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award is awarded to an individual, volunteer group, institution or company that has demonstrated a significant contribution to the restoration and preservation of the Bruce Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, or significantly enhanced the education of users or potential users of the Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The recipient needs not be a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Exemplary actions by the recipients can have either a direct and/or indirect effect on the Bruce Trail. Meritorious actions can be a single event or undertaken over several years.

Background: In the spring of 1956 Arthur Storey saw his first calypso orchid on a trip to Tobermory. Twenty years later Lloyd Smith commemorated the event by carving a diamond willow walking staff for him, including a likeness of a calypso orchid on the handle. In 1997 Arthur donated the walking staff to the Bruce Trail Conservancy, with the wish that an environmental award be established. The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award was established in 2000.

The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award is awarded to an individual, volunteer group, institution or company that has demonstrated a significant contribution to the restoration and preservation of the Bruce Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, or significantly enhanced the education of users or potential users of the Trail and/or the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve. The recipient needs not be a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Exemplary actions by the recipients can have either a direct and/or indirect effect on the Bruce Trail. Meritorious actions can be a single event or undertaken over several years.

Background: In the spring of 1956 Arthur Storey saw his first calypso orchid on a trip to Tobermory. Twenty years later Lloyd Smith commemorated the event by carving a diamond willow walking staff for him, including a likeness of a calypso orchid on the handle. In 1997 Arthur donated the walking staff to the Bruce Trail Conservancy, with the wish that an environmental award be established. The Calypso Orchid Environmental Award was established in 2000.

Nomination Information: Request nomination form from the BTC Director of Organizational Resources here. . Send completed nomination to same email by June 1.

The Ross McLean Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes a volunteer who has shown extraordinary contributions to the Bruce Trail Conservancy within a single year (from April of the previous year to April of the current year only). The award is not intended to recognize a lifetime of contributions as that would preclude volunteers who have been with us for a short time. Any form of volunteering for the Bruce Trail Conservancy may be considered for this award.

This annual award was renamed in 2020 to honour the passing of its first recipient and remarkable volunteer, Ross McLean. 

Nomination Information: Submit nomination letter of 250 words outlining why the nominee should be considered for this award to the BTC Director Organizational Resources at jrandle@brucetrail.org by June 1.

This award is presented annually to an outstanding trail worker. Susan Oleskevich was a special Bruce Trail volunteer. For more than a decade she was a loyal trail maintenance volunteer. During this time, she was Trail Director for the Conservancy, and for the Caledon Hills and Toronto Bruce Trail Clubs.

When Susan died suddenly in the summer of 1995, a group of her friends wanted to donate a lasting symbol of her contribution to the Trail. From these discussions came the Susan Oleskevich Award. The contributions of Susan Oleskevich deserve to be remembered. With the annual presentation of this award, her memory will remain strong and provide a source of motivation for all of us as we continue our volunteer commitment.

The criteria for selection are that the winner shall:

  • Have been actively involved in the physical work of trail maintenance and development
  • Have long-standing commitment to trail work
  • Be an outstanding trail worker

Nomination Information: Submit a nomination letter to the Bruce Trail Conservancy Trail Director by August 15.

This annual award is given in recognition of the invaluable contributions made by our volunteers at the Bruce Trail Conservancy head office. Recipients are chosen annually by BTC staff and the award is presented at our year-end celebration.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy Honorary Membership is a prestigious award given to a member who has made a lasting, significant volunteer contribution to the organization at both the Bruce Trail Club and Bruce Trail Conservancy levels. The nominee must have demonstrated leadership, innovation, and commitment and have accomplished significant achievements in furthering the Bruce Trail Conservancy mission. The recipient is awarded a certificate and a complimentary lifetime membership.

Nomination Information: Request nomination form from the BTC Director of Organizational Resources here. Send completed nomination by June 1.

Awarded annually to the Bruce Trail Club completing the most significant trail project that places the Trail on the Optimum Route, or adds a worthwhile new side trail.

Awarded annually to the Bruce Trail Club completing the year’s most significant trail project which improves or protects the environment.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy Years of Service Awards recognize volunteers who have contributed so many years to volunteering directly for the Conservancy, either through committees, boards, workgroups, or at the Head Office. Awards are given out for 1, 3, 5, 10,15, 20 and 25 years of service.

Years of service awards have been recorded since 1993. In 1993 a catch-up award was given to all volunteers, and volunteer time given since 1993 are all that is counted towards the years of service awards.

Annual Meeting Hiking Awards:

To nominate a volunteer, follow the button to complete the form. We appreciate all submissions, but we cannot guarantee that all volunteers will be profiled.

Volunteer Resources

Whether you’re experienced or new to volunteering with the Bruce Trail Conservancy or one of its Bruce Trail Clubs, we have resources to inspire and inform you about your role.

A Note for Trail Maintenance and Land Steward Volunteers on Fall Reports

The Trail Status Report Form and the Annual Monitoring Form are not currently available on BTC website.
Please connect with your Trail Director or Land Stewardship Director for instructions and links to the forms to be used for your fall 2022 reports.

The Accessible Ontario Disability Act and the Bruce Trail Conservancy Volunteers

Does this apply to me?

The Accessibility Standard for Customer Service applies to all organizations (public, private and non-profit) that provide goods or services either directly to the public or to other organizations in Ontario and that have one or more employees in Ontario.

Training

The customer service standard requires training to staff and volunteers on providing customer service to people with disabilities. 

This includes hike leaders, board members, Head Office volunteers and staff.

An online course is available by following this link http://accessforward.ca/customerService/intro, or you can read this pdf document AODA Customer Service Training.  

Hike Leaders – Please note the following statement –  

This statement should be used, if necessary, to let people know what to expect when hiking the Bruce Trail:

While there are a few portions of the Bruce Trail within Conservation Areas that are wheelchair accessible, use of the majority of the Trail is suitable for foot traffic only. To participate in an organized hike, you need to be able to complete the specified length of the hike on your own or with your own support person within the time allowed. Please refer to the hiking schedule for hike details. 

This statement can also be added to your Club Newsletter hike listings.


Contact us for more information

Bruce Trail Conservancy Youth Council 

Join a network of conservation-minded youth and be the voice of the next generation for the Bruce Trail Conservancy!

We are seeking passionate individuals, ages 18-25, who are interested in trails and conservation, to join our first Bruce Trail Conservancy Youth Council and share their skills and voice in support of preserving a ribbon of wilderness.

Why Join the Bruce Trail Conservancy Youth Council?
  • Connect with other youth to discuss relevant environmental issues
  • Provide advice to the Bruce Trail Conservancy on ways to further engage youth in meaningful ways
  • Participate in online and in-person events centered around environmental education, hiking, and professional development
  • Learn about and help develop opportunities for youth volunteering along the Bruce Trail
  • Get relevant, timely volunteer experience in an environmental, non-profit setting
  • Support the Bruce Trail Conservancy’s mission to preserve a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever
Two Ways to be Involved

Join as a general member at any point to be involved in monthly Zoom meetings, attend virtual and in-person events, and share your voice. If you are interested in taking on more of a leadership role, applications to join the Executive Committee will open again in Fall 2022.

All general member applicants will be invited to join monthly youth council virtual meetings. This is a flexible opportunity for those interested in getting involved.

General Members will:

  • Attend monthly Youth Council virtual meetings.
  • Provide their voice and opinion on important issues related to conservation and the environment with relation to the Bruce Trail Conservancy.
  • Participate in events and professional development opportunities.
  • Be invited to join the BTC Youth Council social media group to stay connected with other involved Youth Council members, and attend virtual and in-person events.

Executive Committee members will take a leadership role on the Youth Council, serving in their role from October 2021-May 2022.

Executive Committee Members will:

  • Determine the goals and objectives of the Youth Council
  • Plan and execute events
  • Help build the youth network of the Bruce Trail Conservancy

A chair and vice chair will be selected to lead the group, and a staff advisor from the Bruce Trail Conservancy will support the executive committee and youth council.

The role of an executive committee member will require a regular commitment of joining monthly virtual meetings, with additional calls as needed, assisting in planning of events, and being an active member by serving as a voice for youth in the Bruce Trail community.

Executive committee spots will be limited. If you are not selected to join the executive committee this year, you will be invited to join as a general member with lots of opportunities to still be involved. You only need to apply once. The executive committee will dissolve each May, with a new executive committee to be selected annually each fall.

Under 18? 

If you are under 18 years of age, please review our Minors Volunteering Policy with your parent or guardian.

For more information about the volunteer program

iNaturalist Bruce Trail Conservancy Volunteer Project

Collect important biodiversity data as you hike the Bruce Trail 

We’re looking for volunteer citizen scientists to help us better understand the biodiversity along the Bruce Trail. Whether you are a trained botanist, mycologist or ornithologist, or just interested in learning more about the different species calling the Bruce Trail home, the Bruce Trail Conservancy can use your help.  Using the free powerful online tool iNaturalist, you can collect much needed data while you are out hiking the Bruce Trail.  

Corporate Volunteering

The Corporate Volunteering Program will be relaunching in 2022.

Is your company looking for a unique volunteer opportunity? Look no further than the Bruce Trail.

Corporate volunteering provides an opportunity to support your local community, do some team building, and boost morale amongst your staff. Come join us for some fresh air, hiking and some hard work giving back to the Bruce Trail Conservancy! 

A typical corporate volunteering event includes:

  • A staff guide from the Bruce Trail Conservancy to lead the day and the activity
  • An interpretive hike along the local section of Bruce Trail
  • An opportunity to give back through a rehabilitation activity that may include a trail clean-up, invasive species removal, planting, or another activity as per the needs of the land

Sign up to be notified when we are ready to start booking by completing the form here.

For more information or to get started planning your corporate event with the Bruce Trail Conservancy, please get in touch.


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