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Become a Part of Our Future!

"I am grateful for the efforts of the many hard working volunteers of The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust who make local watershed monitoring and protection possible. This is such a great charitable organization – its local, full of dedicated, highly committed people, who are making a difference about something so deeply important and fundamental to our environment. Thank you!"

-- Betty Muise, Adult Education and Facilitation Specialist, Local Resident.

A friend once said, “If we could tap into the knowledge and experience of all of the people now living in our watershed, as a group, we could do anything!” You may be one of those people and we need your help. As a group of environmentally conscious individuals we attempt to bring focus and activities that educate and inform, and, protect and preserve important natural features vital to our health and enjoyment and for our grandchildren’s grandchildren to enjoy.

Do you have a special talent that you would like to share with us on a project basis or in an advisory capacity? Maybe you have a background in legal affairs, environmental expertise, fund raising, media, not for profit organizations, natural resources, political affairs, education, websites, etc. or you have a friend that does.

Let us know which committees you would like to help in:

1) Governance – ensure there is adequate and responsible governance of the Watershed Trust and that the Board of Directors fulfills its legal, ethical and functional responsibilities.

2) Finance – to inform, guide and make recommendations in all financial matters including budgets, expenditures, grant applications and annual financial statements.

3) Watershed Action Group (WAG) – to ensure the wetlands and other natural heritage features of the Watershed Trust area of interest are protected from inappropriate development and to recommend actions that achieve this purpose.

4) Membership / Communications / Publication – to ensure that we are effectively communicating with our key stakeholders (members, community, government, etc.) to provide them with current, relevant information that encourages their support, membership and/or donations. This includes all letters, newsletters, website and membership database.

Web Site Editor

The Blue Mountain Watershed Trust Foundation has recently updated its web site www.watershedtrust.ca and is looking for a Web Site Editor. Responsibilities include:

  • Update, revise, expand or tweak existing web site content on an ongoing basis, ensure that the information on our web site is accurate and conveys the true voice and tone for the Watershed Trust, write short articles in co-operation with Carl Michener, Communications Committee Co-Chair, copy editing and proofreading.

The position requires a combination of editorial common sense and good writing skills. If you are interested, we would like to hear from you. Please contact Norman Wingrove, President at 705-445-0357 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

5) Education – to raise consciousness that all human endeavours rely on natural capital and to promote pragmatic participation in activities that support watershed ecosystem sustainability. We are also involved with the Be The Change documentary series.

6) Fundraising – to develop and implement effective fundraising approaches. All Board and Committee Members help out in this capacity.

7) Board of Directors - members are elected for a term of two years. Monthly meetings are conducted on the second Wednesday of each month. If you would like to explore one of more of these options, please telephone 705-445-0357 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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