Recording of my presentation at the 2014 People in Motion Show in which I speak about the challenges of going blind three times and how it prepared me to accomplish all that I do, with special thanks to all those who have a hand in making it possible.
A self-taught ecologist, Mack Beacon offers tips on river restoration and self-directed ecological study, and the story behind how his son came up with the name, “Stenonema Rangers”.
Terry Rees, Executive Director of the Federation of Ontario Cottagers Associations talks with Lawrence about the various advocacy and education roles FOCA caries out.
Brian Locke, Ministry of Natural Resources Supervisor of the commercial fisherie on Lake Erie speaks about the new quotas for 2014 and the general health of Lake Erie’s fishery.
Dr. Chris Harvey Clarke is a trained veterinarian and marine biologist, and has been working actively as a researcher of aquatic ecosystems for over 30 years. Today Dr. Harvey Clarke speaks to Lawrence Gunther about Marine Protected Areas.
Gary Fisher is the founder of the St. Lawrence Thousand Island Big Bass Tournament and the Big Bass Classic. He’s also a huge fan of the Big Bass Weigh-in format for reducing stress on Bass.
David Chong, a celebrated professional fisher, competitor, and leader in the fishing industry speaks about growing up fishing within Toronto’s city limits, and his experiences and efforts to re-open Toronto’s waters for others to enjoy.
Peter Levick, President of Musky Canada Ottawa talks about conserving Musky and releasing trophies.
Ron Corbit and Lawrence talk about the world’s first fishing boat capable of being driven by people without sight, and why Lawrence loves to fish!
Brian Hickey, biologist with the St-Lawrence River Institute on Environmental Science, speaks about the lake St-Francis ecosystem, and research underway concerning Mercury in Sport fish.