Meet the Team

Meribeth Burley B.Sc., OCT
Conservation Education Coordinator

Meribeth is a graduate of the Fish and Wildlife program at Sir Sandford Fleming College. She also has her Honours degree in Biology from Trent University and has recently graduated with her Bachelor of Education from Nipissing University. From canoeing and hiking, to photography and fishing, her passion for the outdoors date back to family camping trips that began when she was only a few years old. Meribeth has had the opportunity to work in outdoor education centres in both Ontario and Alberta and she strongly believes that those who have the chance to experience the environment first hand are more willing to protect and conserve it for the future.

(705) 748.6324 ext. 100





Jordan McArthur H.B.Sc. (Bio.), Dipl.T.
Conservation Education Liaison

Jordan is a recent graduate of the Fish and Wildlife Technology program at Sir Sandford Fleming College and the Honours Biology program at Trent University. Having grown up in a family of avid hunters and anglers, her love and passion for the outdoors was instilled at a very young age. She has a special fondness of fish and aquatic science and has had the opportunity to work in fisheries research as a student. Jordan loves hiking, archery, baseball and going on outdoor adventures with her dog, Oakley. She believes that every person should have the opportunity to experience what nature has to offer and that protecting our natural resources now will allow them to be enjoyed for generations to come.

(705) 748.6324 ext. 102







Jacey Moore
Conservation Education Liaison

Jacey is a student enrolled in a Joint Degree/ Diploma B.Sc in Ecological Restoration. She attended two years at Fleming College Frost Campus, where she completed her diploma and is now attending Trent University to complete her degree. Jacey loves to hike, camp, swim and play sports and especially loves to spend time with her dog, Sadie. She has been an avid angler since she was very young. She has experience working with youth and adults alike in a variety of settings, including camp. Jacey has been educating others about nature her whole life, and she believes that if everyone does a little bit to help the environment it will keep our planet healthy and happy forever.








Andrew Brown
Wildlife Interpreter

Andrew is a student currently enrolled in a Bachelors degree in Environmental Science/Studies at Trent University.  Andrew spends his free time camping, hiking, kayaking, boating and playing many musical instruments.  His passion for the outdoors started through an involvement in the Scouts Canada program, and it has led him to have a dedication to environmental education.  Andrew had also been an avid fisherman since he was very young, and has a particular interest in Fish and aquatic biology.  He also believes that we should all do our part to support conservation of Canada’s wildlife so generations to come will be able to enjoy the same appreciation for the outdoors that he does.