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Get Involved

Volunteer with Us

Join our Board:

As a member of our board, you have the unique opportunity to make a lasting impact on the conservation and sustainable management of our Community Forest. By joining forces with like-minded individuals, you can help shape policies, strategies, and initiatives that promote the well-being of our local forest ecosystem. By joining our board, you will:
  • be a part of the decision-making processes and contribute to the direction of our Community Forest.
  • help shape policies and strategies that promote sustainable forest management.
  • collaborate with passionate individuals who share a common goal of conserving our local forest.
  • gain valuable experience in governance and leadership roles.
  • make a lasting impact on the future of our community's forest resources.
Please note that at the moment, there are no specific volunteer opportunities available on our board. However, we encourage you to check back regularly as these opportunities may arise periodically.

Volunteer on Work Bees:

Are you ready to roll up your sleeves, grab a shovel, and make a tangible difference in our Community Forest? Our work bees offer an exciting opportunity to actively participate in the creation and maintenance of hiking trails. As a work bee volunteer, you will:
  • Get hands-on experience in trail building and maintenance.
  • Join our team of volunteers during scheduled work bees.
  • Contribute to the development of hiking trails in our Community Forest.
  • Learn practical skills related to trail construction, such as trail design, clearing vegetation, and installing trail markers.
  • Enjoy the satisfaction of creating recreational opportunities for our community while preserving the natural beauty of the forest.

Explore Nearby Trails

Explore the scenic trails of the Creston Community Forest and immerse yourself in nature's beauty!
We proudly manage and maintain a variety of trails in the Creston area, including Lady Slipper, Thompson Rim Trail, Thompson Rotary Trail, Thompson Pack Trail, Big Bear Viewpoint, Billy Goat Bluffs, Gliders’ Point and the West Ridge Trail.
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Join us on a Field Trip

Are you ready for an immersive adventure that will take you deep into the heart of our Community Forest? Our field trips offer a unique opportunity to connect with nature, learn about local ecosystems, and witness the awe-inspiring wonders that surround us.

Whether you're a seasoned nature enthusiast or a curious beginner, come join us on a journey of discovery and unlock a deeper appreciation for the natural beauty in our very own backyard.

For more information on forest education, email Daniel Gratton at: or call 250.402.0070


While there may not be any current events or opportunities, we are continuously working on new initiatives and projects in our Community Forest. We value your interest in getting involved and appreciate your patience as we strive to create meaningful ways for you to contribute to our conservation efforts.
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