|Eastern Georgian Bay Stewardship Council coordinated community participation and voluntary efforts that foster the establishment of healthy, productive and self-sustaining natural ecosystems. EGBSC projects were mainly water-based with a strong track record in fisheries rehabilitation and management.|
|Georgian Bay Association is an umbrella group of 21 cottage associations representing over 4,000 families along the eastern and northern of Georgian Bay. Formed in 1916, the GBA’s mandate is to act as stewards of the water and land resources of the Bay. The GBA is also a public policy advocacy group acting on behalf of its member associations to talk to government bodies on issues of importance.|
Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve is recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as one of 16 World Biosphere Reserves in Canada. The GBBR team promotes community-based projects that advance conservation of biodiversity, sustainable development, and research and monitoring. GBBR offers education through partnerships throughout eastern Georgian Bay.
|Georgian Bay Forever conducts research on the aquatic health of Georgian Bay and surrounding bodies of water. Through the GBF’s research, we inform and educate the general public and governments about threats to environmental health and propose possible solutions. The GBF has numerous partners including several universities for collaboration in scientific work.|
|Georgian Bay Land Trust aims to preserve the unique archipelago along eastern Georgian Bay and the North Channel that are of ecological, geological and historical importance, and to promote the appreciation of this special area. The GBLT stewards maintain over 2,000 acres of land trust properties, partner properties and other special natural areas|