Georgian Bay Land Trust

Location, Telephone & Internet
Office Phone 416-440-1519
Fax 416-440-1519
E-Mail info@gblt.org
Website www.gblt.org
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Located In Community Toronto Downtown
Address 120 Eglinton Ave, Suite 1000
Toronto, ON M4P 1E2
Intersection Yonge & Davenport
Contact Information
Primary Contact Brooks Greer, Land Protection Program Manager; Phone: ext 103; Email: brooks.greer@gblt.org
Alternate Contact Sarah Koetsier, Communications & Development Coordinator; Phone: ext 102; Email: sarah.koetsier@gblt.org
Primary Executive Bill Lougheed, Executive Director; Phone: ext 101; Email: bill.lougheed@gblt.org
Description & Services
Description (Service) The Georgian Bay Land Trust is a not-for-profit registered charity whose mission is to preserve the unique archipelago and the adjacent water bodies that lie along the eastern shore of Georgian Bay and the North Channel that are of ecological, geological and historical importance, and to promote the appreciation of this special area. 
 
This area generally covers, but is not specifically limited to, the shore between Port Severn to the south and the North Channel. 
 
The GBLT is a volunteer-oriented organization, with over 300 people working throughout the year to act as stewards for the protected properties, conduct educational seminars and information sessions, distribute materials about the work of the GBLT and generally work to achieve the Trust's goals. 
 
Volunteers come from all communities who have a stake in the preservation of the archipelago's well being: permanent residents, cottagers and seasonal residents, power boaters, sailors, kayakers, canoeists, native communities, fishers, campers, hikers. The one thing they all have in common is a love for this unique area and a desire to have it protected for the enjoyment of future generations.
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Areas Served Algoma District - Southern portions ; Greater Sudbury ; Muskoka District ; Simcoe County
Boundaries Port Severn to the North Channel
Eligibility No restrictions
Application To learn more about becoming involved as a volunteer with the Land Trust, contact info@gblt.org. We have diverse volunteer needs (stewardship, events, office/admin, committee roles, research etc.) and welcome interested individuals to contact us about volunteering.
Languages English
Fees None
Other Details
Established 1991
Physical Access Partially Accessible