Canadian Council on Invasive Species – Youth Nature Keepers

Organization Type: Animals & Environment
Address: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Contact: Reed Lewko

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Join youth-led environmental initiatives to protect Canada’s lands, water and communities. 


Welcome to the Youth Nature Keepers Network! If you are between 15 and 30 years old and want to be a driver of positive change in your community, you’ve come to the right place.      


Your actions matter, and together we can work towards a greener, cleaner future!  

– Receive training in habitat restoration and invasive species management   

– Design and lead your own community project or join another one (ex: weed pull, restoration, garbage clean-up). 

– Help educate others across Canada about the importance of protecting our environment and connect with other environmentalists across the nation who are looking to make a difference. 

– Support the goal to create healthy habitats and resilient communities, keeping them free of invasive species. 


Volunteer with us! Do good while gaining practical, hands-on work experience.  

– Gain access to professional training in project management fundamentals, budgeting, public engagement, leadership, and teamwork skills.  

– Volunteer in a safe and inclusive space and feel welcome, supported, and valued. 

– Receive one-on-one support and mentorship. 

– An opportunity to plan and attend a National Youth Summit in Ottawa in March 2024. 

– Earn volunteer/service hours and professional references.


Open to anyone between the ages of 15-30 in Saskatchewan!


To volunteer, visit:

Canadian Council on Invasive Species – Youth Nature Keepers’s Volunteer Opportunities

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