Camille Bolduc, project manager, Gaspé Peninsula and Magdalen Islands
Project manager for the Gaspé peninsula and Magdalen Islands
Camille Bolduc graduated from the biology research and inventory techniques program at the Cégep de Sainte-Foy. She went on to complete several geography internships in the Gaspé Peninsula.
Camille joined the Nature Conservancy of Canada in 2010 as a science intern. Since 2012, she has taken on the role of project manager for the Gaspé Peninsula and Îles de la Madeleine. She focuses on protecting coastal habitats, salmon rivers and large wildlife corridors. She is also involved in acquiring new properties, stewardship, enhancing protected lands and planning conservation.
Working on a multitude of projects developed locally with communities, municipalities and conservation groups, Camille has gained expertise in working with landowners and fostering their awareness of habitat protection. She sits on the boards of the Comité de concertation du barachois de Malbaie and the Conseil de l’Eau Gaspésie Sud.
Passionate about her adopted region, Camille takes full advantage of all the Gaspé Peninsula has to offer through hiking, skiing, fishing and organic farming.