The Outer Islands Project (OIP) is a White Squall stewardship initiative to maintain and restore campsites on offshore islands in the Parry Sound region.
The archipelago of rock and windswept islands along the Bay’s east coast is internationally significant and fragile. Shallow soils, sparse vegetation and few trees requires careful camping to reduce impacts.
We install and relocate wilderness latrines (thunder boxes) on more popular sites. Here’s Jordan securing a new ‘thunder box’ on a remote campsite, and in true White Squall fashion – he’s looking at things from every viewpoint.
We also dismantle open fire pits as these islands can’t sustain multiple campfires in the dry summer season. The idea is to ‘save the trees and see the stars!’ OIP is a joint initiative with several community partners however, it’s not publicly funded, so we rely on you to help. Please give us a hand by donating to keep the islands in good shape. We owe it to the future…