We started our professional careers in Puerto Rico (USA) where we engaged in providing assistance to private landowners looking for a way to sustain their traditional way of life and at the same time making a living out of their land. Our first big project was to find ways to restore the traditional shade-grown coffee plantations in the mountains of north-central part of the island. Soon after that, our careers took off and we moved all around the Eastern US, from Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland to Georgia where we are based now. That same philosophy and passion that has driven us for the last 30+ years is what we use today to create innovative conservation solutions across the nation.
In every step of our professional lives, we have strived to conserve fish and wildlife and keeping working lands working!
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This experience was recognized in the Congressional Record (12/21/2022) by US House of Representatives Hon. Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon.
Article on the Endangered Species Act, published in the printed November issue of the prestigious Scientific American. This article highlights quotes from many great conservationist and experts on ESA.
A select group of employees with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) and State Lands divisions was recently honored with a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Regional Director’s Award.