Contribute to maintaining a healthy ecosystem and a clean environment for the local population
Volunteer project details
The Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre is eager to work with volunteers to contribute to rehabilitating a natural water treatment area. In order to achieve this, volunteers will work on removing invasive plant species and planting native species. This area will then become an educational site for visitors of the Education Centre
Removal of invasive plant species | Replanting native species | Repairing and painting various buildings | Building a fence | Repairing roads on site
Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre provides its visitors with a variety or educational and adventure programming in a beautiful setting. The activities are intended for youth, families and private organizations. These outdoor adventures allow visitors to experience nature first hand, to discover their full potential, and to learn to adapt to new and changing environments.
Volunteer project characteristics
The volunteer group will be housed in a co-ed camp lodge. You will be responsible for managing your food budget as well as cooking all of your meals as a group.
Activities and attractions
Rock climbing | Hiking | Campfires | Farmer’s market | Nature interpretation | Hornby Festival | Paddleboarding | Sea Kayaking | Snorkeling | Etc.
Hornby Island, nicknamed Little Hawaii, is located between mainland British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Two ferries are needed to reach this idyllic location. Just under 1000 people, many of them artists, call this island home. In addition to enjoying its luxurious rainforests and fine sand beaches, volunteers will be pleased to swim in the warmest waters of the province.