Corporate Volunteer Programme

Looking for a team building experience that gets you out of the office and into the community? Come to The Green Legacy. We offer many team building volunteer experiences working in a relaxed outdoor environment. If you like to get your hands dirty, work hard, and have fun, then this is the place to be!

While at The Green Legacy, volunteers work together completing the many of the important tasks needed to successfully grow trees. Watering, weeding, seeding, and transplanting, are just some of the fun activities that your organization can be a part of. It's a great way to give back to your community, better the environment, and have fun learning with your co-workers.

Large gazebo with picnic tablesCome for the day or just a few hours, it's all up to you!

If you would like to spend the whole day at the nursery, we have outdoor lunch space available in our beautiful covered pavilion. Enjoy the scenic view of the Green Legacy pond while you take a break. Bring your lunch or take advantage of our on-site BBQ and bring something delicious to cook up for your whole group. We have room for up to 30 or more people.

The Green Legacy nursery is located next to County of Wellington's Little Tract forest, with kilometers of hiking trails winding through 200 acres of mature trees. We also offer a staff-guided hike, exploring various forests, looking at different plants, and finding evidence of local wildlife.

We will work with you to plan a great day that meets the needs of your organization. Contact Alison Morrison book your visit today!

 

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View of pond from Green Legacy picnic shelter                                 Eaton Electrical Volunteers, helping load trees to plant in community

                                                                                                                                                           

Eaton Electrical volunteer putting mulch white pines he just plantedEaton Electrical volunteers planting white pine seedings in styroblock

 

 

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