Job & Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunity

Fight Invasive Phragmites this summer that are harming wetlands and habitat, in your local area of Georgian Bay .

Here is a list of known scheduled cuts that you can participate in this summer. Click this link.
If you can't find something near you in the above list, try these local leaders and volunteer to help a cut.
Learn more about Phragmites.

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Summer JOB Postings for the Sans Souci, Woods Bay, parts of the Archipelago and more

Invasive Phragmites has been identified as the most destructive plant species and is one of the greatest threats to native biodiversity. Georgian Bay Forever is looking for 2 summer students to help communities tackle this threat.

Read the details in this PDF link: Click Here

Summer JOB Posting for the Tay Township

Invasive Phragmites has been identified as the most destructive plant species and is one of the greatest threats to native biodiversity. Georgian Bay Forever is looking for 2 summer students to help communities tackle this threat.

Read the details in this PDF link: Click Here

Volunteer Opportunty

Join a Georgian Bay Forever committee. Devote your time and skills to helping protect the water of Georgian Bay.

Learn about our committees.
Contact heather.sargeant@gbf.org if you are interested in volunteering, and which committee. You will be connected with the committee chair, who will be pleased to talk with you about what's involved.

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Volunteer Opportunity

Volunteer to take water quality samples!

A partner of GBF on water quality, the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve (GBBR) has identified a need for more volunteers in monitoring nutrients along eastern Georgian Bay. Nutrient monitoring refers to total phosphorus (TP) monitoring, as it is the nutrient that controls the growth of algae and most living biota in the aquatic environment. In order to collect TP in a single database, cottagers and associations are encouraged to get involved in the provincial Lake Partner Program (LPP) to help monitor the health of their waterbody. To date, there are 600 volunteers sampling at over 800 sites; there are at least 40 additional sites that could help scientific understanding of nutrients in eastern Georgian Bay. If your association has questions or would like further information, please contact David Bywater, program coordinator at conservation@gbbr.ca or 705.774.0978.

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