Megan Turnock has a multidisciplinary background in conservation biology and landscape architecture, with 15 years of diverse experience including municipal park and recreation master planning, environmental and watershed planning, habitat restoration design, environmental impact assessments, and trail planning and design. Her science background makes her a keen researcher committed to finding the best evidence-based solutions, while her landscape architecture training helps her creatively synthesize multiple factors in the urban and natural environment. Megan is committed to improving sustainability, fostering community, protecting ecosystems, and finding creative solutions.
Megan has led many projects at LEES+Associates including: Town of Banff Trails Master Plan, District of Squamish Parks and Recreation Master Plan, and the City of Salmon Arm Parks and Recreation Master Plan. She has also been involved in sustainability initiatives including the Sustainable Sites Initiative and the Green Shores Coastal Development Rating System.