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Goodbye to Longtime LSC Staffer

Posted November 13, 2017 by LSC

We are sad to say goodbye to Jenna Curtis, longtime Land Stewardship Centre employee and Stewardship Program Coordinator. Jenna has accepted a position with Alberta Environment and Parks as the Community Engagement Lead, North Service Area in the Community Engagement Branch.

While we are sad to see her go, we are thankful for the time she spent with us and all the work she put into the Alberta Stewardship Network (ASN) and Watershed Stewardship Grant (WSG) programs. We are glad that she is moving on to a new position that will enable her put the skills she learned here to work and pleased she’ll have the opportunity to continue to grow as a young environmental professional. We wish Jenna all the best and know that she’ll do well in her new role.

So who’s looking after things now?

We are very pleased to announce that Alexandra Frederickson, our Outreach Coordinator, has now taken on the role of Stewardship Program Coordinator, in addition to continuing her work as Outreach Coordinator. As Stewardship Program Coordinator, Alex will now be looking after the WSG and ASN program. You can connect with Alex at

Some comments...

  • Jim Gendron says:

    Congratulations, Alex. Glad to see you continuing to make a valuable contribution to LSC!

  • Morris Nesdole says:

    Alexandra Congratulation on your new appointment. I and the Baptiste and Island Lake Stewardship Society (BAILS) as we have in recent years, look forward to working with you on our future projects. We are sure you will add a fresh outlook to your new position and build upon your success of the past.

    Morris Nesdole, President of BAILS

  • Harvey Scott says:

    Hello Jenna,
    Congratulations on your new position. I'm sure you will contribute great things to alberta water and communities as you did with ASN and Land Stewardship Centre.
    It was a great pleasure to work with you on behalf of Crooked Creek Conservancy and Keepers of the Athabasca.
    Your helpfulness, wise counsel and patience was a great help to volunteer watershed stewardship groups like ours.
    All the best in your new role!
    Many thanks/AyHy/MahsiCho,

    Harvey Scott
    Athabasca CO.

  • Shirley Pickering says:

    Please convey my very best wishes to Jenna in her career move and to thank her on behalf of stewardship groups in the Bow and Oldman watersheds for her good work on the WSG/ASN program.

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