Jacob Seguin, Ocean Phillips & Justin Simard preparing a net as part of the co-led Learning from Lake Sturgeon project., WCS Canada/Moose Cree First Nation
Jacob Seguin, Ocean Phillips & Justin Simard preparing a net as part of the co-led Learning from Lake Sturgeon project. © WCS Canada/Moose Cree First Nation

Youth

Young people are the future of conservation in Canada.

Through outreach and training programs, we're helping young people in Canada learn new skills and become the stewards of tomorrow.

Projects

Learning from Lake Sturgeon

Learning from Lake Sturgeon

Big fish need healthy rivers.

How you can help bats

How you can help bats

Take part in citizen science, and learn more about bats

Stories and op-eds

Connecting with Rivers: Reflections from Moose Cree Youth Ocean Skye Phillips
2023-09-19

Connecting with Rivers: Reflections from Moose Cree Youth Ocean Skye Phillips

My name is Ocean Phillips. I’m a 20-year-old Moose Cree youth, living in Kapuskasing Ontario.
Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland
2020-04-14

Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland

I was on my way north to Moose Factory to attend the Moose Cree Career Fair and represent Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Canada in my role as a scientist studying lake sturgeon in rivers running through Moose Cree traditional territory.
Claire Farrell

Our team

Claire Farrell

Claire Farrell

Science and Youth Coordinator