Board and Staff
Meet the Team
A biologist and author with five published novels and three non-fiction ecological literacy titles for young readers.
A life-long learner passionate about ecological sustainability and restoration, and exploring a holistic approach to systems that seek to benefit meeting the needs of humanity and the natural world. Stephanie is also an avid spinner and weaver.
A retired marine captain and former board member for the environmental group Wildsight. Rob is also engaged in several ThINC community science activities and is our on-island 'batman'.
Enjoys artistic and creative endeavours, including baking, card-making, and wildlife photography. Marcie is also a former treasurer at Wildsight.
Earth-loving wood fae, explorer of plant spirit medicine, multi-media story weaver and sound vibration healing artist.
Semi-retired Mechanical Engineer continuing to learn about and enjoy the natural world and our built environment.
Education and Stewardship Coordinator & Project -Re- Generation Facilitator
Charlotte is a curious individual with a thirst for knowledge and learning. In her youth she spent much of her free time exploring the natural world around her, from forests blanketed with snow, to frog-filled bogs and wide, open fields. To this day, nature and learning remain an integral part of her life. This is evident through her BA in Environmental Geography (SFU, 2012) and a Bachelor of Education (UBC, 2017). Bridging these passions, Charlotte developed Project -Re- Generation (ReGen), a place- and project-based immersive learning experience where learners can play an active role in their communities. Charlotte also teaches at the one-room schoolhouse on Thetis as a TOC where she sees each visit as an opportunity to get the kids engaged in their outdoor environment - going on mushroom hunts, cultivating compost, and getting their hands dirty in the near-by People’s Apothecary Garden.