Meet our dedicated Regenerate Grey Bruce staff.

Meet Thorsten Arnold and Madeline Marmor, who make up our dedicated Regenerate Grey Bruce staff.

The hosting organization is The Sustainability Project, formerly known as Grey Bruce Sustainability Network. This not-for-profit brings together community members who reside in this region, the Traditional Territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, who are dedicated to creating a culture of sustainability. Together we're learning about climate action, resilience to extreme weather, landscape regeneration, climate justice, food security, and the whole doughnut in doughnut economics.

Regenerate Grey Bruce has a working committee of The Sustainability Project that includes volunteer directors Leigh Grigg, Beth Anne Currie, and Jo-Anne Harbinson.

Regenerate Grey Bruce is generously funded by the Greenbelt Foundation.

The Greenbelt Foundation is focused on native tree, shrub, and other vegetation plantings that increase natural cover in the Greenbelt, contribute to biodiversity, and create greater climate resilience for Ontario residents.

The Greenbelt Foundation is the only organization solely dedicated to ensuring the Greenbelt remains permanent, protected, and prosperous. The Foundation operates as an independent, charitable organization, and receives core funding from the Government of Ontario as well as other public and private support to make strategic investments that enhance and improve the systems and productivity of the Greenbelt. Since 2005, we have funded and leveraged more than
00 million through investment in its interconnected natural, agricultural, and economic systems, to ensure a working, thriving Greenbelt for all.

Now a world-class model for land use policy, Ontario’s Greenbelt spans over two million acres of protected natural landscapes, farmlands, and urban river valleys.

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