Join the Skeena Squad and our local partners on the last Sunday of every month to get outdoors and restore and enhance salmon habitat through hands-on volunteer activities such as:
- Invasive species control
- Salmon spawner surveys
- Water quality monitoring
- Seed collection
- Tree planting
- Stream cleanup
- Trail maintenance
- Storm Drain Painting
- Other conservation and restoration activities
No experience is needed, and all ages are welcome (children must be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian). We will provide equipment, supplies, and gloves, and will give you all the training and guidance that you need. You just bring your own water bottle, wear closed-toe shoes or rain boots, and dress appropriate for the weather and for outdoor work.
Dates and locations will be announced on our events calendar postings on our website and facebook page, and in emails. Check out our events calendar for our scheduled events! To sign up or to receive email information, please contact the stewardship coordinator at email@example.com or call 250-638-0998.
The Skeena Squad is SkeenaWild Conservation Trust’s new volunteer salmon stewardship program. Join the Skeena Squad and our local partners on Salmon Sundays, which take place on the last Sunday of every month to get outdoors and restore and enhance salmon habitat through hands-on volunteer activities such as invasive plant pulls, native tree planting, stream clean up, storm drain painting, and other stream habitat improvements. For more information and to sign up, visit www.skeenawild.org.
Help protect the Skeena Watershed by volunteering with us!
Join the Skeena Salmon Stewards Squad today!
Volunteers are extremely important to SkeenaWild, and we are incredibly grateful to have so many individuals who support our organization by donating their time with us. If you are passionate about environmental stewardship, we have a volunteer opportunity perfect for you! Just fill out the volunteer form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a member of the Skeena Salmon Stewardship Squad (aka “The Skeena Squad”), you will:
- Learn about local ecology and the important role of conservation and stewardship in the Skeena Watershed
- Be an active environmental steward in your own backyard
- Contribute directly to long-term habitat conservation and enhancement projects
- Grow your skills and meet other like-minded volunteers in your community