The Nature Conservancy of Canada announces new regional vice-president in Manitoba
Kevin Teneycke (Photo by NCC)
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is pleased to announce that Kevin Teneycke has accepted the role of regional vice-president for the Manitoba Region.
Kevin has overseen the delivery of NCC conservation programming in Manitoba since 2008, and has been responsible for all aspects of the Manitoba Region's conservation programming, including conservation science and planning, land stewardship and securement.
Kevin's bachelor of science (agriculture) degree from the University of Guelph and his experience in agriculture, as well as his great love of the outdoors, have provided him with the perspective and knowledge to successfully work with private landowners and agricultural producers to conserve biodiversity on the working landscape that is prairie Canada.
With over 20 years' experience developing and delivering conservation programming, in partnerships with private landowners across Manitoba, Kevin possesses a vast wealth of conservation knowledge and a deep understanding of NCC’s work across the country.
Please join us in welcoming him to his new role.