Volunteering with the Toronto Bruce Trail Club is a rewarding experience. You will be helping to protect the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, and you will engage with people in your community who share your interests.
Our volunteers play many roles, everything from maintaining our section of the Bruce Trail to leading hikes to running special events like the Club’s annual End to End. In the background are people who serve on the Club Board and its committees, manage its website, publish its newsletter, organize fund-raising events, and help build awareness of the Club in the greater community.
Continue reading for a detailed list of other ways you can help, and for some specific areas where we have needs.
There are many ways you can help. One simple way is to join the TBTC Volunteer Pool and you will receive an email message when volunteers are needed for a particular activity. If you are able to help just let us know, it’s as easy as that.
Most TBTC volunteer opportunities do not require special skills, but if you have a particular interest or skill you are willing to share with the Club, we would love to know. Here are examples:
Conservation & the environment
Flora, Fauna, Birding
Organizing & archiving
You will be taken to the Bruce Trail Conservancy website to process the registration.
Specific tasks and responsibilities you may wish to sign up for:
Board of Directors
Event Planning Team
End to End Event team
Species Monitoring Team
Publicity and promotion
Event Day assistants
Trail Maintenance Director & assistants
Trail Maintenance Team
AGM planning team
Conservation Team (on and off trail)
Land Stewardship Team