Muttart Conservatory


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Easter Hoppenings

Celebrate Easter Sunday at the Muttart Conservatory! Come see stage shows in Centre Court, plant a fun egg plant to take home and come meet some of our furry Easter friends dropping by for a visit from the Edmonton Valley Zoo! Lots of treats and fun for the whole family to enjoy!

Activity Shifts Start End
Crafts Activity Assistant 1 4/21/2019 4/21/2019
Hosting Assistant 0 4/21/2019 4/21/2019
Planting Assistant 1 4/21/2019 4/21/2019
Scavenger Hunt Assistant 0 4/21/2019 4/21/2019

Plant Sale

Help with plant sales at the Muttart 

Some of the volunteers would be: 

  • helping the customers to their cars with the plant material
  • helping the customers put the plant material in a  "holding area" while the customers keep shopping
  • sweeping up if there is plant debris on the floor
  • stocking certain plants to maintain full shelves
  • deadheading
  • helping customers find plant material
  • answer questions about plant prices (we have price sheets)
Activity Shifts Start End
Plant Sale Volunteer 0 5/15/2019 5/17/2019

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We have the following volunteer opportunities available at the Muttart Conservatory:

  • Special Event volunteer opportunities
  • Volunteer Education Ambassador Program (adults)
  • Daycamp Volunteer Program (seasonal, youth)
  • Plant Sale Volunteers (seasonal)
  • Maintaining the Orchid Collection  - Volunteers are requested to apply via the Orchid Species Preservation Foundation  (OSPF) as they have a partnership with the Muttart and coordinate all volunteer activities

If you do not see any volunteer opportunities listed above it means we do not have any programs currently accepting applications. Please check back next month to see if we have any available volunteer opportunities. Once you've signed up for a volunteer position we will contact you regarding the next steps in the screening and orientation process.

Inside the Muttart's pyramids, three biomes are in the Conservatory’s year-round displays. A fourth pyramid houses creative feature displays, changing up to eight times a year. As an accredited museum, the Muttart Conservatory preserves and grows one of Canada’s largest botanical collections, and shares knowledge and enthusiasm with visitors.

More information about the facility, programs, and services can be found at the Muttart Conservatory webpage.