Welcome to the Eastern Georgian Bay Stewardship Council

The Eastern Georgian Bay Stewardship Council brings stakeholders together to develop stewardship goals that will benefit Eastern Georgian Bay and works with partners to carry out projects to achieve those goals. EGBSC's aim is to complement the work of other organizations, communities and agencies in order to ensure Eastern Georgian Bay remains healthy.

Latest News

Order Your Native Plants Now!

Order forms for EGBSC’s third annual native plant sale supporting environmental stewardship projects in eastern Georgian Bay are now available, click here to find out more!

Curling for a Good Cause!

EGBSC is hosting a curling bonspiel fundraiser at the Parry Sound Curling Club on February 3, 2018! Mixed teams and all skill levels are welcome! Proceeds from the bonspiel will support environmental stewardship projects in eastern Georgian Bay.

Go to the Events page for more details and to download the registration form.

Hope to see you there!

Volunteers Needed for Restoration Project!

EGBSC is looking for volunteers to help out with a fish passage restoration project taking place in Carling. We are looking for a small number of people to help with moving and positioning sandbags, helping us install silt curtains and being on-site to help monitor conditions.

Restoration is taking place between October 2nd and 6th, weather dependent.

If you are interested and would like more details, please get in touch with us! egbaystewardship@gmail.com

Thank you!

Sponsor a Fish…a Wooden Fish!

Help EGBSC and Wasauksing First Nation school purchase materials to bring the Stream of Dreams program, an award winning environmental education and community art program, to all students at Wasauksing First Nation school.

Each student will have the opportunity to learn and share about what makes streams and rivers healthy, using the Seguin River as a local example. Students will have an opportunity to reflect on what they’ve learned and paint their own dream fish. All of the dream fish will be used to create a mural on the school fence to showcase their art and create a symbol of hope for healthy rivers and healthy fish.

We are helping to raise funds to purchase the wooden fish that will be painted. Please help us with this great project! Donations can be made on our website or by contacting egbaystewardship@gmail.com

Photo credit: www.streamofdreams.org

Native Plant Sale and Annual General Meeting

Thank you to everyone who ordered native plants and made our second annual Native Plant Sale a huge success!

Thank you as well to those who came out and attended our AGM and a presentation by our guest speaker from the Ontario Invasive Plant Council.

Kellie Sherman of the Ontario Invasive Plant Council presenting at the 2017 AGM

Check out our underwater fish videos from our 2016 spring field work!

Go to the Fish Habitat Assessment Project page to check out some of our underwater video footage taken during spring field work in 2016.

Walleye observed at Seguin River

Our 2016 Spring Spawning Survey Summaries are now available!

As part of our Fish Habitat Assessment Project, we collected data on the Magnetawan River, Shawanaga River, Shebeshekong River, Seguin River, and Sucker Creek for Walleye, Lake Sturgeon, and Sucker species. Click here to read the summary reports.







Donate Now

We rely on fundraising to carry out our projects. Any funds you donate will help us continue our important work. Please note that we are not a charitable organization and are unable to issue charitable receipts.

Annual Donations are a great way to support our organization and help us plan for future projects!

Mail a cheque to: 833 Stisted Rd., RR#1, Burk's Falls, ON P0A 1C0

US Donations: Contact Julia Sutton, EGBSC Coordinator, 705.685.7532