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Jennifer Grenz B.Sc. (AGRO)
Development and Projects Manager
Jennifer Grenz has a B.Sc. in Agroecology from the University of British Columbia and has been involved in invasive plant management for 13 years. Jennifer has worked for a number of prominent environmental organizations including the Outdoor Recreation Council of BC, Evergreen and Langley Environmental Partners Society. She was involved with the development of the Invasive Plant Strategy for BC and served on the first board of directors for the Invasive Plant Council of BC (now Invasive Species Council of BC) as Vice Chair. Jennifer currently serves as the President-Elect on the Board of Directors for the North American Invasive Species Management Association (formerly the North American Weed Management Association). She speaks internationally for not-for-profit organizations and government agencies about electronic outreach methods and how these methods not only increase reach, but help to leverage funding opportunities.
Outside of her work as Development and Projects Manager of the Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver and Outreach Consultant, Jennifer runs an urban organic poultry and blueberry farm in Richmond, BC with her husband and 3 small children.