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New NWIPC Program Manager and Field Coordinator

New NWIPC Program Manager and Field Coordinator

The NWIPC would like to introduce our new Program Manager, Penni Adams. She brings a wealth of skills and experience to her new role with the NWIPC. She is passionate about invasive plant management and has on the ground experience working with plants in our Northern Region as natural resources technician, silviculture research assistant and numerous other projects. Along with her plant knowledge, she is an educator, designing courses and training to diverse audiences such as first time, mature and First Nations students. She also has extensive project management experience, is proficient in obtaining and managing financial resources, and is proficient at building relationships with stakeholders. As you can see, Penni’s unique combination of skills, experience and passion will be valuable asset in managing the NWIPC.

Welcome Penni, we’re  excited to have you on the NWIPC team managing invasive plants in the northern region. Penni can be reached at manager@nwipc.org or via telephone at 250-649-0151

The NWIPC would like to introduce our new Field Coordinator, Darrell Hill. Darrell brings over 15 years of solid experience and education in plant identification, integrated pest management and the knowledge of ecological and environmental factors surrounding invasive plant management. This includes holding invasive plant management contracts throughout B.C. for the past nine years, thus he has an in-depth awareness of what’s required in successfully managing all aspects of an invasive plant management crew. He has also been heavily involved in education and awareness of invasive plant management through training at seminars, workshops and trade shows.

Welcome Darrell, we’re excited to have you on the NWIPC team coordinating the invasive plant management crews in the northern region. Darrell can be reached at info@nwipc.org or via telephone at 250-251-9490.

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