Josh Noseworthy

Josh Noseworthy and snapping turtle (Photo by NCC)

Josh Noseworthy is a forester and director of conservation science working in the Atlantic Region for the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Josh grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick and has contributed to conservation and sustainable resource management throughout Canada and abroad.

His education began with a Forest Technician diploma (’07) from the Maritime College of Forest Technology, followed by Bachelors (’09) and Masters (’11) Degrees from the University of New Brunswick. During this time he acquired an Associate Wildlife Biologist (AWB) accreditation from the Wildlife Society and went on to train at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust (Jersey, UK).

As an avid outdoorsman, Josh enjoys hiking and mountaineering, log cabin building, fishing, canoeing, wildlife photography and pretty much anything else that will get him outside. When stuck indoors he can be found reading, writing, playing music with friends or making breakfast at an obscure hour of the day.