Acting Conservation Science Manager, Manitoba Region
Rebekah Neufeld graduated from Brandon University with a BSc in environmental science and a major in botany, and has over 10 years of field work experience. She has worked at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in various stewardship, science and engagement capacities since 2011 and has past experience conducting field research in Churchill and southern Manitoba as a research assistant at Brandon University.
Rebekah leads and coordinates the landscape-scale planning and monitoring activities of NCC Manitoba’s 10 Natural Area Conservation Plans, and manages the region’s natural area-based science and research initiatives. She has completed the Conservation Coaches Network coach training, and coordinates the use and continued integration of the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation in NCC Manitoba’s adaptive management and planning frameworks.