Troy Rahmig is a conservation biologist and wildlife biologist supporting energy, environment, and transportation markets. He specializes in Endangered Species Act (ESA) compliance varying from project level consultations to complex regional habitat conservation plans (HCP). Mr. Rahmig also specializes in conservation plan implementation, including program management, developing and executing habitat management and monitoring plans, coordinating reporting efforts, and leading stakeholder outreach.
Mr. Rahmig has also helped to develop permit-less conservation strategies like the East Alameda County Conservation Strategy in California, which assists local jurisdictions with U.S. federal and state endangered species act compliance but offer more flexibility in how they are constructed when compared to traditional HCPs.
Mr. Rahmig has an M.S. in Biology and a B.S. in Biology from Truman State University.