Volunteer Policies and Waivers

Your Health and Safety is important to Credit Valley Conservation.  To ensure you have a safe and rewarding experience all volunteers will:

  • be provided a health & safety talk
  • be provided instruction on how to complete the work required
  • be provided background information on the project
  • be asked to read our ‘Volunteer Terms & Conditions and Volunteer Release Statement’
  • be asked to provide your name and signature on the ‘Volunteer Sign In’ form acknowledging you have read, understood and agree to the ‘Terms & Conditions and Volunteer Release’

Please feel free to review the following items prior to attending your event:

Important for Youth

Youth Volunteer Policy:

14 to 17 years – must be accompanied by a parent OR must bring waiver signed by parents

13 and under – must be accompanied by a parent OR must be accompanied by another adult and provide a signed waiver from a parent/legal guardian.  Parents must read and sign the waiver and accompanying adult must bring signed waiver to event

COVID-19 related service changes
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In accordance with scientific standards, appropriate acknowledgment of CVC should be made in any publications or other disclosures concerning data or information made available by CVC.