Brendan Brown, PWS
Environmental scientist Brendan Brown values innovation and collaboration while tackling the projects that preserve our natural resources. "I like to think of the saying If your only tool is a hammer then every problem looks like a nail. It helps you take a step back and think of new or alternate ways you can provide solutions to clients."
His professional experience spans across wetland delineation, natural resource assessment and evaluation, habitat restoration, threatened and endangered species surveys and permitting, contamination remediation, and National Environmental Policy Act documentation.
Brendan’s proudest project is “a large habitat restoration for the Devil’s Garden Wetland Reserve. This 10,000+ acre project involved a large multidisciplinary team to restore native wetland communities and develop alternatives to meet restoration goals. This included evaluation of historic conditions, existing conditions, wetland habitat and quality, and threatened and endangered species.”
His commitment to restoring our natural environment is driven by “being able to work through varying challenges, learn new skills, and implement new technology to discover ways to work more efficiently. One example is using drones to collect site data on a scale and volume that simply was not possible or common 10 years ago,” he says.