communications and engagement coordinator
Cheyenne began her journey with the Nature Trust in the summer of 2018 as a Stewardship Assistant. Moving from Ontario, she was immediately drawn to the diverse ecosystems found throughout New Brunswick. Cheyenne earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Western Ontario and has a Graduate Certificate in Ecosystem Restoration from Niagara College. Her academic interests included forest, wetland, and grassland restoration techniques, overwintering sites for reptiles and amphibians, and education in the life sciences.
Cheyenne moved into the Engagement Coordinator position in September of 2018. In her free time, Cheyenne enjoys hiking, birding, and paddling.
Favourite Nature Preserve: Sea Dog Cove Nature Preserve. This was the first Nature Trust preserve Cheyenne visited after moving to New Brunswick. Visiting the preserve with the land donor and the dedicated stewards showed her how conservation-minded New Brunswickers truly are.
“I was lucky enough to visit the preserve in June when the beautiful Pink Lady’s Slippers were in full bloom. An added bonus was witnessing an adult Osprey in flight during the workshop.”