CRD Regional Parks


COVID-19 Update:

We have reopened our Volunteer Program at CRD Regional Parks, though we are only recruiting Restoration Volunteers at this time. We hope to open up recruitment for several of our other positions shortly. Many thanks and stay safe.

Colleen Long, Coordinator of Volunteers

 

 

 

 

 

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Restoration

Restoration Volunteers

Participate in removing invasive species and restoration of natural habitats within regional parks and trails. Commitment is for one three-hour session. Sessions are offered throughout the year. Attend others sessions as available.

Tools, equipment, light snacks, refreshments and extra water are provided. Please remember to dress for the weather, wear sturdy footwear and bring a water bottle.

 

Activity Shifts Start End
Broom Removal - East Sooke 1 6/9/2021 6/9/2021
Broom Removal - Island View Beach 0 5/16/2021 5/16/2021
Bur Chervil - Witty's Lagoon Regional Park (Tower Point) 1 5/20/2021 5/20/2021
Francis King Restoration Project 0 6/24/2021 6/24/2021
General Restoration Volunteer (New Volunteer Sign-up) 1
Mill Hill Broom Sweep 1 5/14/2021 5/14/2021
Thistle - Thetis Lake Pistol Range Remediation Site 3 5/29/2021 6/17/2021

Mission Statement

Regional Parks establishes and protects a network of regional parks in perpetuity that represent and help maintain the diverse range of natural environments in the Capital Regional District. CRD Parks provides opportunities for outdoor experiences and activities that foster appreciation and enjoyment of, and respect for, the region's natural environments.