A transplant from the West Coast, Nicole Trigg moved to the Columbia Valley 10 years ago and is an outdoor enthusiast, wildlife lover, and the communications director for two Kootenay-based environmental non-profits.
Biologist and teacher, Meg Langley, has lived in Golden since 1998 where she taught at the College of the Rockies for many years. Meg is a professional student and lover of research who has been focusing on the Golden Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep herd since 2016, uncovering as much as possible based on non-invasive methods, including observation and fecal analysis. She earned her MSc. From the University of Montana where she studied moose in the North Fork of the Flathead Valley in BC and Montana. Her recent projects have included engaging the public in conservation through art through the Wildsight Plant Awareness Project and the Vanishing Bighorns Art Show and upcoming book." string(9) "Presenter" string(83) "https://wingsovertherockies.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/nicole-trigg-scaled.jpeg"