We recognize the fundamental role that volunteers and volunteerism play in building a strong, considerate, and vibrant community. The DRBIPA Board of Directors and Park Ambassador Team are a group of individuals who love the parks. We come from all walks of life and have different interests within the parks, but we all share a desire to ensure these green spaces endure for generations to come.

Park Ambassadors work on special projects like helping plant new shrubs to stop erosion on Brae Island and pull out ivy that is climbing trees and smothering native plants on the forest floor. Volunteers can help out at events, provide trail etiquette tips to trail users, complete conservation projects, and so much more!

Those wishing to volunteer with DRBIPA can join a Park Ambassador committee in order to take part in fun annual events, attend stewardship work parties to restore and conserve areas of the parks, and spend time on the trails as roving Park Ambassadors to provide educational information to other park users. Park Ambassadors complete scheduled activities in Derby Reach and Brae Island Regional Parks and participate in DRBIPA community events in the Fort Langley area.

Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Roxci Bevis, at to get in touchwith us about volunteering and to receive our Volunteer Handbook and the Volunteer Enrollment Form. We're happy to answer any questions you might have!