Raymond Plourde | Ecology Action Centre

Raymond Plourde

Raymond Plourde is the Senior Wilderness Coordinator at the Ecology Action Centre and a long-time member of the EAC team. He has been a leading advocate for protecting important natural areas throughout the province and for improving land-use practices on the so-called “working landscape” for the benefit of biodiversity conservation. Raymond is also a nature photographer, writer, angler and dedicated nature conservationist who has served on many boards and advisory groups, including the national board of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS), the Nova Scotia Salmon Association (NSSA) board and provincial  Ministerial Advisory Committees on Aquaculture and Off Highway Vehicles . When not in the office or attending a meeting Raymond can usually be found standing waist-deep in one of Nova Scotia's (few remaining) salmon rivers, flinging bits of fur and feather to indifferent fish.

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Wilderness Coordinator
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