Graham Gamble is the Regional Communication Coordinator for the North Eastern Ontario Soil & Crop Improvement Association. He is involved as editor in the production of the "Breaking Ground in North-Eastern Ontario" farm newsletter for the organization, as well as in on-farm innovative research projects. He is also a consultant to the Canadian mining industry in the area of mine land reclamation, and is a long standing member of the Canadian Land Reclamation Association.
Julie Hutnick-Whitehead is a school teacher and a mother of two children. As such, Julie has a strong commitment to education and to building a society centred around social and environmental responsibility. She also has experience in website design and graphic art.
Max Kennedy is a teacher of Math and Science with District School Board One. He has previously had careers as an environmental consultant and as waste treatment manager for the automotive industry. He has a degree in Environmental Toxicology which has led to a lifelong commitment to decreasing our ecological footprint while promoting sustainable development.
Wayne Stratton has a Diploma in Forest Technology and a BSC degree from Lakehead University, completed the Executive Management Programme from Queens University, and the Advanced Program in Human Resource Management from the Rotman School of Business. Wayne worked in several disciplines during his career with Canada Post, which ranged from Letter Carrier to Director of Human Resources. He retired from Canada Post in January 2007 and relocated to Northern Ontario to enjoy our Northern quality of life. He has since established a small human resources consulting company, namely, Boreal Human Resources Consulting.