Conservation Land Stewards

The Edmonton and Area Land Trust (EALT) is recruiting volunteers to explore our conservation lands independently, gain a connection with the land, and contribute to our stewardship and monitoring efforts. Conservation Land Steward volunteers are ambassadors of their chosen conservation land, where they provide a consistent stewardship presence for at least two years. They perform basic fieldwork and monitoring and provide EALT with regular reports.

Conservation Land Stewards are recruited once per year in winter. Applications will be reviewed and candidates notified in early spring. Participants must attend the mandatory training (see below). Please note that Conservation Land Stewards must go out in pairs, and EALT is not able to assign partners. We strongly recommend signing up for training with a partner. Stewardship duties commence in May.

The deadline to apply is Friday, April 5, 2024.

To learn more about this opportunity you can register for the Online Information Session on March 13 at 12pm, at:

To apply, please visit EALT's Conservation Land Stewards page.