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The Heartbeat of the Aquatic Biosphere

The Aquatic Biosphere Project is in need of volunteers. If you would like to be a part of something amazing, look no further than here.


There are long term opportunities within committees, short-term project based opportunities, as well as general event and administrative openings.

This page will show the postings for current volunteer positions, signup sheets for upcoming events, notices for Fishbowl meetups (volunteer mixers as we call them) and other items of interest.

Not sure what you want to do but don’t want to miss out? Add your name to the list and you’ll be included in emails and added to the volunteer discussion group.

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The Amazing Work of our Volunteers

Our volunteers are the heartbeat of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. Like one big conservation family, we rely on our volunteers for program development, project execution, as helping hands, and creative directors. 

Contact us today to learn how you can get involved in this ambitious project. Make your mark on Alberta's own Conservation Aquarium.. 

Did you Know?

A 2021 study discovered Beluga whales consume almost 140,000 pieces of plastic per year. The number one cause of harm to marine life is choking and blockages.

Shoreline cleanups are easy and have a huge impact. We joined Alberta Underwater Council in 2019 and recorded almost 55kg of trash removed. Our volunteers helped record and report on the data.

Spring cleanups are being planned around the city. Sign up as a volunteer and join us. Keep plastics out of our rivers, and out of our oceans.

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