The EGBSC works to create community awareness on environmental issues and carries out on-the-ground projects that will benefit Eastern Georgian Bay. Many of our projects in the past have been focused on fish, in particular, Walleye. As we move forward, we will be expanding the types of projects that we work on. Volunteers are invited to participate, wherever possible. To date, EGBSC has completed bass nest creation projects, four Walleye spawning bed rehabilitation projects and Walleye culture projects. In addition, EGBSC has hosted workshops with a variety of themes to help create greater public awareness. EGBSC has also supported survey work (fisheries and trumpeter swans), campsite co-management of the Outer Islands, garbage clean-up projects with the Stewardship Rangers and invasive species work.