Officers and Directors

Officers and Directors of the Black Creek Conservation Project for 2011

Michael Peppard – President and Director
With a background in Zoology (B.Sc.) and Restoration Ecology, Michael first joined the BCCP in 2000 as the project coordinator, joining the board in 2002 as he went on to work with other organizations in the Toronto area.

Barbara Scott – Vice President and Director
Member since the mid 1980s, Barb is our bird and photographic expert and often leads outdoor classes and walks.

Susan Horvath – Secretary and Director
Member since 1994. She has a background in Computer Systems (B.A.) and a lifelong interest in the environment. Susan maintains and organizes our records.

Charlcie Stickley – Treasurer and Director
Member since 1990 and our financial expert. Member of the Royal Canadian Legion (secretary and past president) and also member of the Humber Heritage Committee

Stephen Joudrey – Director
Possesses a B.Sc. in Biology and Environmental Science. Worked as BCCP Coordinator from 2002 – 2004. Joined the Board of Directors in 2005. Currently works for the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority as a Conservation Land Planning Technician.


The Black Creek Conservation Project of Toronto (BCCP)

Formed in 1982 by a dedicated and concerned group of volunteers.

Now in our 30 year, we work closely with schools, community groups, multicultural groups, and volunteers young and old. Some of the programs we offer include community based environmental restoration projects, public outreach and awareness campaigns, and outdoor education workshops.
We are looking for new volunteers to work with us.
Please see the detailed description of the positions available