Craig Johnson


Alberta Fish and Wildlife Stewardship

Craig's Bio

Craig Johnson is the Regional Director for Alberta Fish and Wildlife Stewardship in southern Alberta. After graduating with a B.Sc. in Biology from the University of Lethbridge, he worked in every corner of Alberta as a fisheries biologist, with a focus on trout and forestry and other types of land use.

Craig eventually returned home to Southern Alberta and spent several years working on recovery of westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout. Recently, his work has expanded to lead a team of biologists on recovery and management of native trout, sage grouse, grizzly bears, deer, elk, moose, ferruginous hawks, bats, and other species.

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