Zoë Arnold is the conservation volunteer coordinator with the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC's) Alberta Region. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Victoria and has spent a semester in Australia studying ecotourism and environmental design. Although she misses the ocean air, she is most at home hiking in the Rocky Mountains or skiing down a snowy slope. Her love for the local environment fuels her passion for conservation and connecting people to nature.
When Zoë isn’t planting willows or counting amphibians with NCC Conservation Volunteers, you can find her on the soccer field, walking her happy-go-lucky dog, or heading out for a hike with friends.