Each year around 300 people contribute over 10,000 hours of their time toward environmental conservation in the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and are involved in exciting projects with organizations including Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic SIte, the Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute, and Friends of Keji. People involved say they find it a rewarding experience that allows them to make a difference, learn new skills, stay active, and be part of a great team. 
To learn more visit the Kejimkujik-Southwest Nova Volunteer Programs Facebook page and view updates and photos (including albums with the annual ‘Volunteer News’ which highlight all opportunities). You can also email volunteer.keji@pc.gc.ca or info@merseytobeatic.ca for more information and to get involved.
Since 2000, over 130,000 hours have been spent helping species and habitats. Imagine what we can accomplish together!
Celebrating their achievements at the annual volunteer banquet
Jessi monitoring water quality
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