Program Manager – Juliet Craig
Juliet brings a collaborative and innovative mindset to ecological projects. She works out of Nelson and has a broad range of conservation experience including invasive plant management, bat conservation, species at risk planning, and environmental education. This experience has allowed her to focus on the connections between people and the land and the important role of private landowner stewardship in conservation. Juliet has an M.Sc. in ethnobotany and is a Registered Professional Biologist and Professional Agrologist. When not working, she enjoys camping and exploring the beautiful Kootenay region with her family.
Stewardship Coordinator – Adrienne Shaw
Adrienne works with KCP’s diverse partners to develop and implement innovative solutions to challenging stewardship issues throughout the Kootenay Region. In addition to her work for KCP, Adrienne is an ecologist with Shaw Ecological Research. She has worked throughout the Kootenays focusing on ecological restoration, ecosystem monitoring, and wildlife research. Adrienne has an M.Sc. in Conservation Ecology and Ecological Restoration and is a Registered Professional Biologist. She lives with her three daughters and husband in Pass Creek.
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Communications Coordinator – Nicole Trigg
Nicole Trigg is an accredited journalist and a communications contractor whose career has spanned diverse sectors, from real estate investment management and the software industry, to outdoor recreation and publishing. A profound appreciation for natural landscapes inspired her to join the KCP team. Originally from the West Coast, she now resides in the Columbia Valley in the East Kootenay where she can be found paddling the wetlands, biking the local trails, or exploring the nearby mountain ranges year-round in her spare time.
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