Holly Dunham

Holly Dunham is a ‘Harbour Rat’, growing up on the shores of Little Tub Harbour in Tobermory, just one more member of a large extended family – most of whom made their living “Riding the Waves” of change in Little Tub Harbour. A graduate of St. Edmunds Public School and Bruce Peninsula District School, Holly […]

Eric Fowle

Eric Fowle is the Executive Director of the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) – a quasi-governmental, advisory planning agency created by the State of Wisconsin to foster regional collaboration across a ten county area. His career began in the realm of ‘water’; starting his career with the Brown County Planning Commission serving as […]

Stuart Seldon

My earliest recollection of breathing underwater was when I was about ten years old. An older cousin had acquired a rusty tank and a two-hose regulator. Neither of us had had any instruction in its use, but when I put the contraption on my back, and my mask on my face (the one with the […]

Scott Parker

Scott is an aquatic ecologist with Parks Canada. He holds a Hons B.Sc. (fisheries) from the University of Guelph, a M.Sc. from the University of Wales, and a Ph.D. (ecological resilience) from the University of Waterloo; where he remains an adjunct professor. His Parks Canada career in resource conservation spans 25 years and includes ecologist […]

Troy Beechinor

Lt(N) Troy Beechinor was awarded his Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Honours Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Waterloo in 1990. On completion of this degree he switched tack and joined the Royal Canadian Navy as a Maritime Surface Officer. During 13 years aboard Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships YUKON, ANNAPOLIS, IROQUIOS, ATHABASKAN and PROTECTEUR […]

Stephen Scharper

Stephen Scharper teaches in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto in Mississauga. His areas of research include religious ethics and the environment, religion and social movements, biotechnology, human rights, and globalization. He has a BA and MA from the University of Toronto, and a PhD from McGill. His publications include “Option for […]

James Rusak

James Rusak is Scientist and Group Leader with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and an Adjunct Professor at Nipissing and Queens Universities. He is an honorary fellow at the University of Wisconsin, Co-chair of the GLEON Collaborative Climate Committee, and has served as the Vice President of the Society of the Canadian Society of […]

Andrew Leyzack

Andrew Leyzack is an honours graduate of Humber College’s Hydrographic and Land Survey Technologist programs. Andrew has been surveying for over 25 years, with varied experience in topographic, cadastral, offshore/industrial and hydrographic surveys for nautical charting. He is a Canada Lands Surveyor, serving as an Engineering Project Supervisor with the Canadian Hydrographic Service, Central and […]

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