FortWhyte Alive offers a dynamic setting where you can
learn and grow in mind, body and spirit.
Volunteer out here in the "wild", only 5 minutes south of Assiniboine Park, and experience Mother Nature’s four seasons first-hand. We supply the hiking trails, goslings, wetlands, prairie sod house, sunset goose flights, floating boardwalks, animal tracks, aspen forests, bison, snowshoes, campfires, wildflowers, quinzhees, buffet breakfasts and more. You provide spirit, enthusiasm for the outdoors and a commitment to the environment.
Connect. Contribute. Explore.
Have fun, meet people who share your interests, and gain valuable experience working at a unique environmental education facility. FortWhyte Alive provides opportunities to enjoy Manitoba’s four seasons. We supply the hiking trails, wetlands, aspen forests, and wildlife and more. You provide the spirit, enthusiasm for the outdoors and a commitment to the environment.
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact Sharyl Eaglesham, Volunteer Resources Manager at (204) 989-8355 ext. 213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lafarge and FortWhyte Alive, partners in building a better community.
Formally a Lafarge quarry, FortWhyte Alive is now home to sustainable living education facilities. As part of ongoing support to the organization, Lafarge is proud to sponsor and grow FortWhyte Alive's Volunteer Program.
Andy Dutfield, Vice President & General Manager of Lafarge related, "Lafarge is proud of our contribution to the history and development of FortWhyte Alive and it supports our values as a company".