Invasive Species Council of British Columbia

Healthy Habitats Project Resources

Thank you for being a part of the Healthy Habitats Community Service Grant Program!

If you’re seeing this, then it means you’re one of our microgrant participants! Welcome!

Below are a variety of tools and resources to support you in your journey as a Healthy Habitat Steward and beyond. Whether you’re looking for strategies to help build a community of volunteers, need templates to assist you in your job hunt, or anything in between, we have curated a list of tools to get you on your way.

Building Community Power

Volunteer Recruitment Guide

Promoting Your Event Online

Guide to Invasive Species Contacts in BC

Staying Organized

Use This Budget Template to Track Finances

Stay Organized with the Eisenhower Matrix

Easily Organize, Annotate and Cite Research

Tools for Citizen Science Projects

Record Your Observations with the iNaturalist App

Learn New Skills with Our Free E-Learning Courses

Create Projects, Build Datasheets, and More with This Citizen Science App!

Guide: How to Run a Bioblitz

Career Resources

Environmental Job and Volunteer Board

What to Expect at an Environmental Conference

How to Write an ATS-Friendly Resume



The Healthy Habitats Community Service Grants program is funded in part by Canada Service Corps, a national movement that empowers youth aged 15–30 to gain experience and build important skills while giving back to their community. Learn more at

This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada. Ce projet a été rendu possible en partie grâce au gouvernement du Canada.