Kevin is a senior restoration ecologist and leader in Ecosystem Restoration Planning & Design practice. He has more than 25 years of experience conducting site assessments, developing mitigation strategies, and preparing and implementing conceptual and detailed designs, construction documents, and monitoring plans for wetland, riparian, and upland restoration/mitigation projects throughout the western United States.
Kevin works with geomorphologists, hydrologists, and engineers to assess stream flows, sediment loads, surface water groundwater levels, and other characteristics that influence the design of streambank stabilization and riparian habitat restoration, and the establishment of self-sustaining habitat functions and values.
Through the University of California, Davis and at San Jose State University, Kevin taught courses on habitat restoration planning and design. He also presented papers and moderated technical sessions at conferences of the Society for Ecological Restoration, the National Conference for Ecosystem Restoration, the California Society for Ecological Restoration, and the Floodplain Management Association. Kevin is the former Region 3 Director and Past-President of the California Society for Ecological Restoration, and a member of the Phytophthoras in Native Habitats Work Group.