Leaders in Conservation: Conservation Conversations - Conserving the Crowsnest Pass
In light of the current situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and in an abundance of caution, all in-person events, including Conservation Volunteers, are postponed for the remainder of 2020. Watch this space for more information.
Monday, August 31, 2020
12 p.m. MDT
The Crowsnest Pass is considered by scientific experts to be one of the most important wildlife corridors requiring protection in North America. Join us and learn more about the conservation efforts and initiatives happening in the Crowsnest Pass.
More details to come.
Space is limited.
Secure your spot today by emailing alberta.RSVP@natureconservancy.ca.
Natural Area Manager, Castle-Crowsnest Watershed
Nature Conservancy of Canada, Alberta Region
Emilie started working for NCC in February 2019. She has a degree in Wildlife Management from the Cegep the St-Felicien (QC).
Prior to working for NCC, Emilie has worked as an environmental consultant for over 12 years, participating mostly in environmental impact assessments and construction monitoring for the natural resource extraction industry. Her experience provided her with a deep understanding of wildlife/human conflicts and ways to mitigate the impact of human development on the natural habitat.
Emilie has been calling the Crowsnest Pass home since 2012. She loves the outdoors and in her spare time she enjoys hiking, snowboarding and rock climbing. She is also involved in her community as a director for the Crowsnest Conservation Society.
Please contact Kysha Moradel-Takaguchi, Development Officer
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