Get Involved

Planting a tree in the Millard-Piercy Watershed

Be part of the Millard-Piercy Watershed community!

  • Engage and connect
  • Join us as a Member or Volunteer
  • Learn about nature
  • Get stewardship tools and knowledge
  • Take action!


Volunteering with the Millard-Piercy Watershed Stewards is a fantastic way to spend time with your community and  time with family, and meet friends and neighbours. You can engage in fulfilling activities that are focused on preserving our local natural resources. As well, our projects are multifaceted so almost anyone can participate, whether it be organizing crews or helping in the field. So bring the family, kids, grandparents, you name it… and prepare to feel good about your efforts and accomplishments. We look forward to meeting you!

Check our Calender of Events and join in one of our many program activities.

We have a variety of volunteer projects which happen year round.  View our programs to see what types of activities we are involved in.

Or maybe you would like to contribute in another way.  Please contact us, we would love to hear from you!

For more information: please email or send us a message from our contact us page.

Become a Member

We invite you to become a member of the Stewards, and take part in the discovery, monitoring and protection of this valuable watershed.  Membership is on a yearly basis and is free!

As a member, you will be:

  • covered by our liability insurance when you participate in our programs.
  • entitled to vote at our annual AGM.
  • eligible to be elected to the board.
  • notified of the Annual General Meeting (usually in the fall/winter).

For more information: please email or send us a message from our contact us page.

We look forward to having you aboard!

Join Us! Become a member

Learn More by Taking a Streamkeepers Course

a small stream pours between moss covered rocksThe Streamkeepers Program has been developed in response to the concerns of the many volunteers working on stream enhancement projects. In spite of volunteer efforts and government regulations, development pressures from our expanding population continue to threaten our aquatic habitats. Everyone, from residents to land developers, foresters, and farmers, needs to become aware of how important good watershed practices are to the long term protection of our environment.

Streamkeepers Courses are available through the Pacific Streamkeepers Federation at

Learn more by Getting Stewardship Tools

Everyone can participate in watershed stewardship.

The Stewards originally formed as a group of residents called the “Dippers” in 1994 due to concerns over the health of local streams. In 1998 the Stewards incorporated as a non-profit society and took on the name “Millard-Piercy Watershed Stewards”.

Find out more by visiting the Living in a Watershed page.

Stewardship information links:

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