How You Can Make A Difference
We're so happy you're here! Ambassadors are a passionate group of dedicated volunteers who use their voice to help spread awareness about the work we're doing. They engage our visitors, call our supporters, deliver our annual Passport to Nature booklets, tag us on social media, and more!
As an Ambassador, you'll have the ability to share your passion for a healthy environment with like-minded humans, and help expand the land trust movement in our region. By working together, Ambassadors help us build a community of supporters to drive change at a local level.
Connect with our Engagement Organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambassadors Nancy, David, Jane & Debbie at our 2022 training workshop.
Volunteering as an Ambassador
Volunteer & Past President, Jamie Ross, leads a Passport to Nature event
Your role as an Ambassador remains critical for building a community of supporters who love and care for nature.
Here are some ways you can
help us protect land at a local level:
greet visitors at grant's woods
chat with supporters on the phonE
help AT passport to nature EVENTS
explore ouR public trails
+ tag us @couchconserv
Please know the safety of our community is important to us. We're following all regulations outlined by the Provincial Government.
Featured Role: Grant's Greeters
How to Prepare
Familiarizing yourself with The Conservancy will help you feel more comfortable & confident when talking to the public about the work we do and why protecting land matters. By no means do you need to be an expert on everything we do, but knowing this information is crucial to your role as an Ambassador and training must be completed before taking on any Ambassador roles.
Ambassador intake opens annually March-April, with training taking place in May.
If you would like to receive our quarterly Ambassador newsletter, please reach out below to be added.
A Campaign You Should Know About
The Corridors Campaign aims to build corridors of connected wilderness throughout the Black River Wildlands and the Carden Alvar.
With increasing development pressure in our area, we have a goal to raise $1.4M to help move forward acquisition and protection efforts. We still need to raise $500K and every donation is important and moves us closer to our land conservation objectives.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world;
indeed, it's the only thing that ever has. "