WorkCabin hikes forests for photo assignments for Nature Conservancy of Canada

At WorkCabin we like to say we’re way more than a job board. And we are. Being completely invested in what we do is part of our everyday work. From filming videos for conservation organizations, to doing photography work, to doing guest speaking at conferences, it’s about living and breathing conservation for us.

In October, WorkCabin’s founder and conservationist Gregg McLachlan, a professional photographer and videographer, headed into the field, loaded with gear, for a three-hour photo assignment commissioned by the Nature Conservancy of Canada to photograph its forest properties. The photographs will be used for a variety of purposes by NCC. The terrain featured lush lowland valleys with coldwater streams. The habitats represented vital wildlife corridors in southwestern Ontario.