Jonathan M. Kemp – President
Mr. Kemp has over 30 years of experience performing exciting environmental and natural resource services in both urban and rural settings. He received three Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology, Environmental Management, and Wildlife & Fisheries Science from South Dakota State University and graduated in 1976 with high honors. Mr. Kemp is a Professional Wetland Scientist, certified by the Society of Wetland Scientists
He has authored over 100 critical area determinations, 80 stream surveys, 6 biological assessments, 8 priority habitat surveys including Oregon oak, 150 wetland delineations, 6 wetland mitigation and design projects, 20 wildlife assessments, 40 industrial stormwater permits, several SEPA and EIS preparations, 250 environmental due diligence assessments, and 50 brownfield investigations with cleanup and remediation. He has presented his researched and studied findings to City Councils, Hearings Examiners, Planning Commissions, Judges, Boards of Adjustment, and State Regulators with a positive attitude and professional wisdom. He is an able project manager and is experienced at orchestrating large multidisciplinary teams. Mr. Kemp is a proponent for sustainability by integrating site linkage and location principals into his projects.
Ian Brown – Land Use Planner, Field Technician, GIS Analyst
Ian Brown has a Master of Arts degree from the University at Albany-SUNY where he studied Public Policy and Planning. He also has a Bachelor of Science degree from Muskingum University where he studied Conservation Science. Ian brings five years of GIS and field experience working with local governments and non-profits to develop maps and analyze the subsequent data.