Petitcodiac Fish Recovery Coalition (PFRC) fish trap near the head of tide on the Petitcodiac River, in Salisbury New Brunswick

Work Experience:


Petitcodiac Fish Recovery Coalition (Canada)

Fisheries Technician

Fort Folly Habitat Recovery / Amec Enivronment & Infrastructure

Salisbury, New Brunswick, April 2011 to November 2011




Fort Folly Habitat Recovery (Canada)

Forest Technician

Fort Folly First Nation

Dorchester, New Brunswick, October & November 2009 and June to October 2010



National Park Service (USA)

Nursery Manager

Lake Mead NRA Native Plant Nursery

Boulder City, Nevada, November 2003 to November 2005

Placed as an Associate employed by the Environmental Careers Organization



Methow Natives (USA)

Restoration Intern

Native Plant Nursery & Restoration Contractor

Winthrop, Washington, May 2002 to November 2002






Oil Sands Research and Information Network (Canada)

Network Coordinator

University of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta, October 2000 to August 2001





U.S. Peace Corps (Kenya)

Agroforestry Extensionist

Ololulunga, Rift Valley Province, June 1995 to August 1997








Centre for Rainforest Studies (Australia)

Intern / Teaching Assistant

School for Field Studies

Yungaburra, Queensland, January 1991 to December 1991


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Striped Bass caught in on the Petitcodiac River in the PFRC Fish Trap, near Salisbury New Brunswick. During the 2011 field season this species was documented upstream of the Moncton to Riverview Causeway for the first time in decades.


The first of a series of seven interpretive panels on traditional Mi'kmaq usage of native plants that make up the the Fort Folly Medicine Trail, on the Fort Folly First Nation reserve.



Fremont Cottonwoods in shade house at Lake Mead Nursery


Willow live stakes in Soil Bioengineering project with WSDOT near Twisp, Washington



Screenshot from the original OSRIN (then OSRRN) website


Teaching a school group how to collect tree seeds while an agroforestry extensionist in Kenya



Strangler Fig pages in the field guide to common plants that I produced for the Centre for Rainforest Studies