Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve1 Open Position
Our mandate is to support conservation and sustainable communities through education. As one of 18 UNESCO-designated landscapes in Canada, our non-profit organization operates through partnerships for project delivery. Since 2004, we have delivered conservation of biodiversity, citizen science, and stewardship programs, as well as species at risk training and habitat projects. With our 6 municipal and 7 First Nation partners, we have hosted numerous educational events, film nights, conferences, and workshop series on themes such as: active transportation, trails, local food, community kitchens, waterfront protection, forest health, and many more. Education underpins most of our activities, including formal curriculum activities in schools, summer programs across 20 cottage associations and camps, as well as numerous projects with other community partners.