Volunteering with the Conservancy is very rewarding and you meet great people who share your values about preserving the ecology of Mayne Island!

Check out these opportunities for full & part-time residents to get involved in big or small ways:

Communications Volunteer

Where: Mayne Island Conservancy, could be remote work Open Volunteer Spots: Unlimited

Public communications are an essential and exciting part of our organization’s work. We think nature is amazing and we want to share information about nature with our awesome Island Community. If you have experience with and passion for public communication…Find Out More

SGI Whale Sighting Network Coordinator

Where: Mayne Island Open Volunteer Spots: Closed

“The Southern Gulf Islands Whale Sighting Network is a volunteer citizen-led organization for monitoring and gathering field data on whale movements around Saturna, Pender and Mayne Islands. This data is used to better understand the Southern Resident killer whales (SRKW), Bigg’s (Transient) killer…Find Out More

Events and Programs Volunteers

When: Monthly meetings; 1 hour assisting at the Saturday Market ; 1 to 2 shifts per season Assisting at events – 2 to 3 hours when available Where: Various venues around Mayne Island Open Volunteer Spots: Unlimited

We’re looking for people with good communication and research skills to help us organize and deliver a variety of community events. Working with a group of Conservancy members you would help us plan events through the year: workshops, farmers’ markets,…Find Out More

Annual Beach Clean-up – April 23

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May Day 2023- May 20

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Conservancy Board Member

Are you looking to be part of a dynamic group of volunteers who are providing leadership for a well-respected organization working with the community to conserve the ecology of Mayne Island and its surrounding waters for future generations? If that’s you, our President of the Board of Directors would really like to hear from you and have a chat about roles, responsibilities, and the rewards of being part of the Conservancy Board. Please contact Malcolm Inglis mming987@gmail.com

Thank you for your interest in helping us preserve the ecology of Mayne Island for future generations.