Anne Stevic, natural area manager, Waterton East, AB
NCC: What is your position at NCC?
AS: Natural area manager-Waterton East
NCC: What is your area of work?
AS: Waterton Natural Area-East
NCC: Why did you join the NCC team?
AS: I enjoy working with southern Alberta staff and ranchers in the area to conserve grasslands and ranching culture.
NCC: When did you start with NCC?
AS: I originally joined the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in June of 2008, as a maternity leave position; then off and on since then. I started full-time again on January 1, 2015.
NCC: What is your educational background?
AS: I have a bachelor's of science in zoology.
NCC: What is your previous experience?
AS: Working as a park interpreter for Waterton Lakes National Park, then 25 years in ranching.
NCC: What are your hobbies, when you’re not working for NCC?
AS: Horseback riding and travel.
NCC: Do you have a favourite species?
NCC: Describe a typical day at work.
AS: There is no “typical” day at work; every day is different. That is what makes the job challenging and also interesting: you never know what may suddenly come up in land management, because it is largely people management. My favourite time is field season, when we are visiting properties and meeting with landowners.
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