Jenni McDermid works for the Wildlife Conservation Society of Canada. No, she doesn’t sit a a desk staring at a computer screen all day. She is one of the field workers who visit the lakes and streams of Ontario, sample the fish populations and develop programs that protect the natural wilderness for the future. She tells us that the most recent study of the boreal forests of Northwest Ontario creates more questions than answers -especially about the area north of the 51st parallel. She continues the discussion she began last month on the impact of man on the waters and the woods of Ontario in our current podcast, focusing in on Lake Trout.