Dan Richardson is an environmental scientist with a focus on wetland delineations and threatened and endangered species surveys. With a background in environmental consulting, he provides experience in a variety of areas, including wetland delineation and permitting, threatened and endangered bat, fish, reptile, and plant surveys, tree stand evaluations, land surveying, and mapping. Dan leads our field services and is integral to our field data collection and processing.
As a Virginia native, Dan developed a love for being in the woods and on the water, and as an environmental scientist he plans to use his knowledge and expertise to facilitate ecological restoration projects to protect those woods and waters for others to enjoy.
Education • Training • Certification
- B.A. Biology, High Point University
- NC SAM Certification Training; NC Association of Environmental Professionals
- HAZWOPER 40 hour Certification
- Winter Woody Plant Identification; William S. Sipple Wetland & Environmental Training
- Wetland Professional in Training; Society of Wetland Scientists
- International Society of Arboriculture Member
- Acoustic Techniques and Acoustic Analysis Courses; Bat Sense