Juliet Craig: Member Feature
Juliet is the passionate about connecting people with ecosystems. She is a Registered Professional Biologist and Professinal Agrologist based in Nelson, BC. She earned a Bachelor of Science in wildlife ecology and has been involved in projects around the world with snowshoe hares, night snakes, spotted bats, kangaroos, orangutans and chimpanzees. She was CBEEN’s first Coordinator, and has worked as a BC Parks Interpreter, developed and delivered programs at the Rainforest Interpretive Centre in Tofino, and done outreach on invasive plants with the Central Kootenay Invasive Plant Committee and Invasive Plant Council of BC. In the Kootenays, she initiated the Kootenay Community Bat Project (KCBP) to raise awareness about bats and promote bat stewardship. The KCBP offers community presentations, school programs, and one-on-one landowner visits. The Kootenay Community Bat Project fulfills her passion for bat conservation and environmental education.
We are pleased to announce that Juliet is a winner of one of our 2015 Environmental Education Awards of Excellence which will be presented in Rossland at our Celebration of Environmental Education on November 7th. Congrats, Juliet!