Georgian Bay: Discovering A Unique North American Ecosystem

**Winner the 2018 Floyd S. Chalmers Award for Ontario History**

Georgian Bay: Discovering Unique North American Ecosystem brings together the remarkable story of unique place called Georgian Bay. This large format, lavishly illustrated book includes thirteen lively chapters written by wide range of scientists, artists, long-time residents and the expert sources. The result is rich account that takes us lichens, to loons, to landscapes, above water and below, the history peopling from ice age hunters to Bay’s industrial legacy, and contemporary art and literature. The book draws on archival material, aerial photography and new satellite imagery to bring the Bay to life. Above explain of first time the long history of Bay and is varied landscapes, waterscapes and ecosystems and of marvelously unique.

It beautiful book is essential reading lover of Georgian Bay, and make wonderful gift. Copies are $60, and all proceeds support the Georgian Bay Land Trust’s work conserving the wilderness of Georgian Bay.

Books are available at Georgian Bay Land Trust office, located at 120 Eglinton Ave. E., 10th floor, Toronto, M4P 1E2. For more information or to order by mail, contact Sarah at or (416) 440-1519 x102.

Books also for sale at following Georgian Bay retailers (supplies may be limited, call ahead to be sure):

Midland: Georgian Bay BooksHuronia Museum
Honey Harbour: The HiveHoney Harbour Public LibraryPurser Marine Services
Wah Wah Taysee: King Bay Marina
Parry Sound: Parry Sound Books
Pointe au Baril: Desmasdons Boatworks & Payne Marine