Volunteer Walk of Honour
This walk celebrates the achievements and dedication of a community of volunteers ~ residents of southwestern Nova Scotia and visitors to Kejimkujik ~ who are helping to chart a new course for some of our most vulnerable plants and animals and some of our most special places. Listen to their stories and share in the amazing, enjoyable, and satisfying experiences of volunteering!
What does the future hold for our rare species? What kind of communities do we want in southwestern Nova Scotia? You can influence the future ~ become a volunteer! Contact Visitor Center staff to find the perfect project for you.
The Volunteer Walk of Honour will evolve over time to reflect the growing commitment and achievements of each member. Contributions of time to exciting volunteer projects are tracked and accumulate from year to year.
Stones placed on the Volunteer Walk
of Honour are engraved with the volunteers name and
placed based on the number of accumulated hours
Bronze - 250 hrs
Gold - 1000 hrs