Meet the New MRWCC Executive Director!

Tim Romanow was the successful candidate for the position of Executive Director with the MRWCC.  He joined the MRWCC from Cardston County where he had been employed for six years. Tim’s responsibilities revolved around the County’s Sustainable Agriculture Program with an emphasis on community initiatives involving grazing and riparian area management. Prior to this Tim worked for the Aquaculture Centre of Excellence at Lethbridge College, and ran the Invasive Weed Control Program with Parks Canada in Waterton Lakes National Park. Tim has a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science, a Diploma in Renewable Resource Management, and a Certificate in Fish and Wildlife Technology. Tim joins the MRWCC with a wealth of experience having worked closely with the MRWCC in the past as a member of the Research and Monitoring Team, assisting with activities such as the annual water monitoring program, a very successful Stockman’s Range School, and the State of the Watershed Report to name a few. Tim is knowledgeable in working closely with multi-stakeholder groups formed to meet common goals of local and provincial watershed issues.  He began his new role on October 2, 2011.

You can contact Tim at 403-647-4342 or email  [email protected]  or simply visit him during working hours at the Milk River office Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.