Looking for an interesting and motivating public speaker?

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Justin Barbour has travelled a 700 kilometre west to east route across Newfoundland’s wilderness in 2017, 120 kilometre’s south to north across the provinces Avalon Peninsula woods in 2015, 50 kilometres down Labrador’s remote Sandhill River in 2016 and extensively through other provincial backcountry areas such as The Bay Du Nord and Avalon Wilderness Reserve’s. He is also a teacher enriched with a Bachelor of Physical Education degree (minor in Biology) and a Bachelor of Education degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. Since 2014 he has both substituted and taught full time. Combine these achievements with a background of competing at a high level of hockey and you get a well rounded and educated adventure athlete.

Justin has spoken at schools, business conferences, retirement homes and various club events. He loves to entertain by sharing his great stories of adventure, exploring and challenging himself within the elements. The hope is that he can bring you along for the ride, encourage protection of these areas and relate his hardships to ones we face in every facet of life. He also wants to inspire others to chase their own personal adventures, wilderness related or not.

IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO BOOK JUSTIN FOR AN EVENT PLEASE CONTACT HIM AT:

justinbarbournl@gmail.com or (709)-689-6086

Thanks!

 

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