Sarah is a Senior Aquatic Scientist with 14 years of experience working as an aquatic ecologist and environmental consultant. She has worked on a wide variety of projects including land development, lake management studies, environmental baseline studies, Environmental Effects Monitoring programs and renewable energy. Sarah specializes in Environmental Impact Studies, Aquatic Ecology and Species at Risk permitting and enjoys all aspects of field work including fish community surveys, aquatic habitat assessments, water quality monitoring, and anything from a boat.
Sarah provides expertise in all project phases from field work to project management and study design to policy review. She has worked closely with clients and agencies to navigate the regulatory approvals process under the Endangered Species Act, Fisheries Act and Conservation Authorities Act.
Outside of work Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, curling in the winter, gardening and growing food for her family and exploring the outdoors either by camping, canoeing, or hiking.