MTRI is a non-profit co-operative with a mandate to promote sustainable use of natural resources and biodiversity conservation in the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and beyond through research, education, and the operation of a field station.
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Our vivacious volunteers are people from a variety of backgrounds, including recent interns, CEGEP students from Quebec, apprentices from France or the Netherlands, and friendly folks from the community. They assist in a variety of projects, and contribute greatly to the capacity of our institute! Click on their name to read a little more about them.
Diane Clapp - Treasurer, Turtles, Art, etc. (Smith's Cove)
Harold Clapp - Lichens, Mosses, Turtles, Cougars, etc. (Smith's Cove)
Agnessa Bichler - Turtle, Snake, Water Quality Volunteer (Germany)
Andre-Anne - Field Research (CEGEP Quebec)
Camille Tedesco - Intern Student (France)
Cecile Vuillermet - Eastern Ribbonsnake Intern (France)
Clara Ferrari - Intern Student (France)
Emily Patterson - Field Research (Fleming College, Ontario)
Erik L'Heureux - Blanding's turtle and Ribbonsnake Volunteer Intern (CEGEP Quebec)
Fernanda Tavares - Intern Student (Brazil)
Gabrielle Theroux-Loiselle - Field Research (CEGEP Quebec)
Hugo Mailhot Couture - Field Research (CEGEP Quebec)
Jeff Craft - Geology, Natural History, Maintenance, Groundskeeping (Greenfield)
Kim Dubois - Field Research (CEGEP Quebec)
Laura Kersey - Field Research (Fleming College, Ontario)
Maja Burgi - Field Research (Switzerland)
Marion Brunel - Intern Student (France)
Noémi Charron - Field Research (CEGEP Quebec)
Rachel Thibodeau - Field Research (Quebec)