Local Volunteer Stewardship Groups

Local Volunteer Stewardship Groups

Alouette River Management Society (ARMS), located in Maple Ridge BC.
ARMS has an interpretive centre which is open to the community.

The Jericho Stewardship Group (JSG), works in Jericho Park in the City of Vancouver. This collection of individuals and non-profit societies is working with the Vancouver Park Board to restore and enhance the natural areas of Vancouver’s second-largest municipal park.

The Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver (ISCMV) is a working group of several municipalities, stewardship organizations and other groups and individuals who are trying to manage invasive plant species in the Greater Vancouver region.

The Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) is a non-profit organization that encourages stewardship of our natural world through environmental education and action, and builds awareness of the fragile balance that exists between urban populations and nature.

Evergreen is a national not-for-profit that has been working since 1991 to restore the connection between Canada’s cities and the natural environment. Focusing on four program areas—Greenspace, Children, Food and CityWorks—Evergreen builds partnerships with diverse groups and engages key influencers and the public to inspire local action and create sustainable urban development. Our work is driven by a belief in the power of people to enact positive change to restore the natural health of their communities. Check here for local event and contact details.