Conservation Science Coordinator
Graham first encountered A Rocha while studying biology at Canadian Mennonite University. While there, he was given the opportunity to survey the Boggy River at the Boreal Ecology Centre in East Braintree, Manitoba. His excitement for A Rocha grew when he spent the following summer developing an updated map of the trails at the Boreal Ecology Center as part of his CMU practicum. Conservation has always been something Graham has cared deeply about and A Rocha offers a strong biblical foundation on which to promote it. Graham is excited to bring his passion for creation care to his current role as Conservation Science Coordinator. He aims to continue the work of growing the Boreal Ecology Center into an encouraging example of Christ centered environmental stewardship. In his free time Graham enjoys making music, sharing stories, and exploring nature.