Trevor Herriot

Trevor Herriot is a Regina-based writer, naturalist and grassland advocate. He is the author of River in a Dry Land, Towards a Prairie Atonement and other books. He has written for a range of print media outlets, as well as for CBC Radio and Audible's Wild Sounds of Canada. The opening sequence of The Nature of Things documentary, Grasslands: a Hidden Wilderness shows him doing what he loves best: listening to prairie birdsong. A co-founder of Public Pastures—Public Interest, Trevor is engaged with several conservation NGOs, including the World Commission on Protected Areas. He spends as much time as he can at a small cabin in the Aspen Parkland prairie of eastern Saskatchewan.

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