Kevin Teneycke (Photo by NCC)
Kevin Teneycke holds the position of director of conservation for the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Manitoba Region. He has overseen the delivery of NCC conservation programming in Manitoba since 2008. With more than 18 years of experience developing and delivering biodiversity conservation programming in Manitoba, Kevin has spent time delivering private land agro forestry/woodlot management programs, along with forestry skills training programming and managing habitat conservation programs for a provincial Crown corporation.
Kevin's education (BSc (Agr) from the University of Guelph) and experience in agriculture, as well as his great love of the outdoors, have provided him the perspective and knowledge to successfully work with private landowners and agricultural producers to conserve biodiversity on the working landscape that is prairie Canada.