Travis Steffens – November 15

Oakville Conference Centre

2515 Wyecroft Road, Oakville, Ontario (QEW & Bronte Rd.), L6L 6P8
Registration/Cash Bar 6 pm; Dinner 7 pm Members $40 Non-Members $50

Travis Steffens, PhD

Founder and Executive Director, Planet Madagascar

 Lemurs, Forests, and People: Building Sustainable Forest Communities in Madagascar

Travis Steffens has a BSc in Primatology, an MA in Anthropology from the University of Calgary, and a PhD in Evolutionary Anthropology from the University of Toronto. Specializing in primate conservation biogeography and applied conservation, Travis has been involved in primate research since 2002. He has conducted research projects on endangered primates in Belize, Central America, and Madagascar.

In 2015, Travis founded Planet Madagascar, a Canadian non-profit organization, to work towards building sustainable forest communities in Madagascar. He combines his research with practical conservation measures to protect lemurs and their habitat and to improve the livelihoods of people who live in connection with lemurs. In addition to his role as Executive Director, he is a member of the organization’s Board of Directors.

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For information & reservations, contact Barry Wylie, President, at or (905) 827-6302.
Members ($40); Non-Members ($50)
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Cheques payable to Canadian Club of Halton with the name(s) of the attendee(s) can be mailed to:

Canadian Club of Halton
283 River Side Drive, Oakville, ON L6K 3N3

Cancellation deadline Monday, November 12 (late cancellations and no-shows may be subject to a fee).

Memberships (12 months rolling) $35 Single; $60 Family; $80 Corporate