Syrup Season Interns & Volunteers
8 people are interested
Do you love maple syrup? Join the New Canaan Nature Center Naturalists in preparing for syrup season (washing buckets, flagging & tapping maple trees, etc.), collecting 5 gallon buckets of sap (both on-site and off-site at the New Canaan Country Club), and taking part in boil downs (where REAL maple syrup is made right here at the nature center)! This is a very hands-on and outdoors volunteer position!
Estimated time frame: January 13th - the end of March
Looking for interns/volunteers who can help out for a couple of hours at least 2-3 times per week. Days/times are flexible, but typically the most help is needed within the time-frame of our operating hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About New Canaan Nature Center
144 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, CT 06840, US
The New Canaan Nature Center is a not-for-profit environmental education center and sanctuary dedicated to helping people of all ages better understand, appreciate and care for the world of nature.
The New Canaan Nature Center features diverse habitats, including wet and dry meadows and woodlands, two ponds, dense thickets, an old orchard and a cattail marsh. Two miles of trails criss-cross the site that is one of the six largest tracks of open space in New Canaan. Our trails and grounds are open from dawn to dusk and admission is free to the public. In addition to our natural trails, visitors are welcome to enjoy an arboretum and a variety of gardens including the Sally Waters Herb Garden, James L. Crider Memorial Bird and Butterfly Garden, the Swallen Wildflower Garden, and Susan B. Hanson Memorial Naturalists' Garden.
The Nature Center offers environmental education programs for people of all ages, including: a pre-school, summer camp and summer programs.
144 Oenoke RidgeNew Canaan, CT 06840
- Outdoor Recreation
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- 1-2 hours, 2-3 days per week
- Ability to lift 30-35 pounds