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Current Opportunities

Urban Roots London - Farm Volunteers

This season we will be hosting two volunteer sessions each week! These sessions are family-friendly and open to all ages and abilities. Don't have a green thumb? That's okay! Our drop-in volunteer times are about working together, building community, and learning from each other.

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Arthur Ford Nature Park - Committee Members and Garden Volunteers

We are seeking applicants for multiple positions on the Arthur Ford Nature Park Committee

What does the Committee do?
The Committee establishes and oversees fundraising and management of the Arthur Ford Nature Park, located on the Arthur Ford Public School campus at 617 Viscount Road, and it assists with the leadership, development and sustainability of the Park.

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London Cycle Link & Squeaky Wheel Bike Co-op Volunteers

London Cycle Link is a member-supported, not-for-profit organization.  As such, we rely on volunteer efforts to make things happen.  Volunteering is a great way to meet other community members, share and gain skills, and support cycling in London.  Please apply if there is something you'd be interested in trying out.  Find out more here: https://www.londoncyclelink.ca/joinus

ReForest London

There are many ways to volunteer with ReForest London. For more details visit their Volunteer Page.

Current opportunities:

Aftercare Assistant Volunteer

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Thames Talbot Land Trust

Join Thames Talbot Land Trust staff as they conduct land stewardship activities such as removing invasive species on one of their many conservation properties. 

Adopt-a-Patch - Join our growing team of patch guardians and help restore forest habitats by pulling garlic mustard in your patch.

Antler River Rally – River Cleaners

Antler River Rally holds monthly cleanups of the Thames river and is always looking for more volunteers to help pull garbage out of the water. Stay in the loop by visiting their website regularly to find out about the next cleanup.

Thames Region Ecological Association

he Thames Region Ecological Association is looking for volunteers to help with their community programs this summer that support waste reduction and sustainable lifestyles. Visit www.trea.ca. Follow up for detail to volunteer@trea.ca or 519 645-2845. High school students for volunteer hours welcome.


The London Environmental Network helps protect our environment and build a sustainable community by doing everything we can to help our member organizations deliver on each of their own important missions.The London Environmental Network provides our member organizations..Read More

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