Don River Shoreline cleanup May 6th

SCB-Toronto is joining forces with the University of Toronto trash team, the TRCA, and the Great Canadian Shoreline cleanup to take part in a shoreline cleanup along the Don River on May 6th!

Please come out for a day of fun and restoration at 1 of 6 sites ranging from Eglinton Avenue all the way down to Corktown Commons at the mouth of the Don River. A full list of sites can be found below, or you can go to and explore! Please RSVP at one of the sites on shoreline cleanup if you would like to attend. SCB-Toronto will be present at sites 2 and 5 if you want to meet with us, but you are of course welcome to participate at any of sites!

Site 1: Don River Near E.T Seton Park –

Site 2 (SCB-Toronto will be here!): Charles Sauriol Conservation Area near Don River –

Site 3: Pottery Road (Between Bayview Ave and Broadview Ave.) –

Site 4: Riverdale Park West along Don River –

Site 5 (SCB-Toronto will be here!): Queen Street (Between Bayview Ave and Broadview Ave.) –

Site 6: Corktown Commons –

We will provide cleanup equipment, all you have to bring is appropriate clothing and shoes for outdoor work. We look forward to seeing you on May 6th!

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions:


We are looking for new SCB-Toronto board members!

The Toronto chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology is looking for new board members!
At SCB-Toronto, we facilitate discussions and solutions to urban conservation biology issues that threaten the function of Toronto’s local ecosystems. This includes land use transformation, reduction of biological diversity, loss of native species, among other relevant issues.

We have some exciting upcoming summer events which we require assistance running including:
– North American Congress for Conservation Biology 2018 (
– Toronto shoreline litter cleanup
– “Conservation conversations”: Our academic conservation journal club
… and more!
For a list of past SCB-Toronto events, see:
As a member of SCB-Toronto you will also be a member of SCB. Some benefits include:

– Subscription to the academic journal Conservation Biology
– Discounted rates for all SCB conferences
– Have your work featured on the SCB-Toronto home page
– Networking opportunities with other Toronto based conservation organizations

If you’re interested in joining us, please send us an email expressing your interest and a little bit about you to: Please note that this is a volunteer position (all of our board members are volunteers).

We look forward to hearing from you!