There are many ways to become involved with Friends of Riding Mountain National Park. From “behind-the-scenes” preparations to “frontline” interpretation, the opportunities are limitless!
Junior Naturalist Assistant:
Help present environmental and cultural activities as part of our Junior Naturalist Program. Work alongside trained interpreters and help with various children’s programs.
Volunteer to help “behind-the-scenes” or on the “frontlines” at one of our numerous Special Events – National Aboriginal Awareness Day, Canada Day, Parks Day or Friends Halloween Fright Night (just to name a few).
Express your creativity while helping to increase the awareness of, and knowledge about, Riding Mountain National Park and the Friends organization.
Office & General:
A helping hand can always be used around the office. From filing to memberships, mail-outs to event preparations…there is always something to be done.
Should you have any other suggestions, do not hesitate to let us know! New ideas are always welcome!
500 Hour Club!
Volunteer 500 hours with the Friends of RMNP organization and receive a Family/Group Annual Pass to Riding Mountain National Park!
- Congratulations to Bill Baker for receiving this distinction in December, 2012.