Employees of the FOH

The Friends of Hullett have two full time employees, and as grants allow, a number of summer students. In this section you will learn more about the employees and their roles at Hullett Marsh. 

Scott Austin: Marsh Manager


After graduating as a Fish & Wildlife Technician from Fleming College, Scott has

since spent his entire career in the outdoor field. He has been a trapper, fishing

guide, as well as gaining eight years of experience of operating a waterfowl guiding

business in Huron County. He served as treasurer and a founding FOH Board of

Directors in the late 1990's. He also spent 15 years with MNRF gathering data on

the southern Lake Huron fishery before owning and operating Bayfield Fish &

Seafood. After looking for something new, Scott has come home, back to his

educational background managing the HPWA with acquired business skills and a passion for the future of the marsh. Scott is in his 5th year as the FOH manager and enjoys the opportunities he gets to work with volunteers and assisting in developing young staff members. 

Greg Urquhart: GIS & Wildlife Technician


Greg is a graduate from Fleming College in Fish and Wildlife with a certificate in Aquaculture. After finishing school, he worked in various positions with: ABCA, Fleming College, and Dillon Consulting before applying for a job with the FOH. An outdoors man and hunter, Greg has just begun his adventure with Hullett and is looking forward to the winter season. 

Cassie Eveland: Recreation and Event Coordinator


Cassie is a graduate from Mount Allison University with a Bachelor of Arts, and Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Education. She is a supply teacher with AMDSB and has previously worked for Pinery Provincial Park as a Naturalist. Cassie puts her love of nature together with a passion for teaching to lead many events throughout the marsh all summer. For her second summer with Hullett, she has many activities planned and is excited to work with the community to educate them on the natural heritage of Hullett Marsh.

Julia Beaven: Maintenance Supervisor