Kim Fry is a Boreal Forest Campaigner with Greenpeace Canada. Kim grew up in a pulp and paper town where her father worked at the paper mill and she spent two summers as a student employee. She then went on to spend half a decade working for Ontario Parks as a natural heritage educator in the wilderness class park Killarney Provincial Park.
Kim's work at Greenpeace focuses on using markets leverage to try and bring about on the ground change in forest practices and for protection. Kim is the mother of a 5 year old budding environmentalist and in her spare time, she is an avid hiker, canoeist, poet and birder.