Volunteers participate at naturalization sites across Toronto and help to improve the long-term sustainability of naturalized areas, while getting outside, team-building and developing new skills.
If you are looking for a short-term but regular volunteer commitment, join other environmental enthusiasts from May to September.
How you are helping!
The City of Toronto recognizes the importance of community involvement in shaping and protecting Toronto's natural resources. Volunteers have been contributing to environmental initiatives for over 10 years! Become part of an incredible team. Join others as a stewardship volunteer and increase awareness of the value of trees, the natural environment and the sensitivity of these natural resources.
Participate in additional training workshops and learn about: benthic monitoring; pollinator and butterfly identification; conservation and more
Gain experience, leadership and interpersonal skills
Be challenged while spending time outdoors
Acquire documented volunteer hours (if requested)
Receive recognition for your participation
2017 Stewardship Sites and Dates
|Crothers Woods||Monday||6 - 8 pm|
|Don Valley Brick Works Park||Monday||6 - 8 pm|
|Beechwood Wetland||Tuesday||6 - 8 pm|
|Nordheimer Ravine||Tuesday||6 - 8 pm|
|Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat||Wednesday||6 - 8 pm|
|Riverdale Park East||Wednesday||6 - 8 pm|
|Milne Hollow||Thursday||10 - Noon|
Map of Stewardship Locations