Adam Moltzahn (Photo courtesy Adam Moltzahn)

Adam Moltzahn (Photo courtesy Adam Moltzahn)

Adam Moltzahn

Adam Moltzahn is the natural area manager for the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in south-central Alberta. He is responsible for the delivery of conservation/stewardship programs in NCC’s natural areas, specifically in the eastern portion of the Waterton Park Front, Milk River Ridge and Milk River Basin. He works closely with landowners, partner organizations and other stakeholders in these natural areas to achieve landscape-scaled conservation goals.

Adam started with NCC in April 2022. He wanted to join a team striving to make a positive difference for landowners, native grasslands and species at risk found across southern Alberta.

Adam attended the Lethbridge College and obtained a two-year diploma and one-year certificate in renewable resource management and fish and wildlife technology, respectively. Later, he transferred to the University of Lethbridge and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in environmental science. Prior to NCC, he was employed for six years at the Alberta Conservation Association in Lethbridge as a wildlife biologist, primarily focused on the MULTISAR program. In his earlier years, he completed environmental assessments for a local consulting company and collected field data for several graduate students across Alberta and Saskatchewan.

In Adam’s spare time, he enjoys being outside. On any given summer weekend, he can be found fishing, hiking and backcountry camping in the nearby Rocky Mountains, while in winter, he makes his best attempt at cross-country skiing. He also loves to travel abroad whenever he can.

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