Glen Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) April 3, 2009
Senior ecologist and wetland scientist Terry Doss recently opened the Hudson Bay Bioregion office of Biohabitats, Inc. (http://www.biohabitats.com), the nation's leading ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design firm.
Biohabitats has worked in the Bioregion for years on projects such as the Jamaica Bay Watershed Protection Plan, New York City's Long Term Control Plan for stormwater management and the Bronx Zoo Master Plan. The new office, located in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, brings the company's unique talents closer to clients such as the New York District of the Army Corps of Engineers, the City of New York, the New Jersey Highlands Council and New York State.
A board member of the Society for Wetland Scientists, Ms. Doss promotes wetland science and its application to sustainable planning and design. She was recently appointed Chair of the New York Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership, a public-private partnership dedicated to restoring degraded freshwater and coastal wetlands in New York. She holds a Masters of Marine Policy in Marine Sciences and a B.S. in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Delaware.
"With her 20 plus years of experience managing ecological restoration projects in the Meadowlands and other wetland areas in the region, and her national leadership in wetland science, Terry is the perfect person to lead our Hudson Bay Bioregional office," said Biohabitats president, Keith Bowers. "The new office location will enable us to collaborate even more intensely with clients throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and northeastern Pennsylvania who strive to balance the needs of people and the environment."
Biohabitats, Inc. is an ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design firm with headquarters in its Chesapeake/Delaware Bays Bioregional office in Baltimore, Maryland. The company's Hudson Bay Bioregion office is located at 855 Bloomfield Avenue, Suite 202 in Glen Ridge, NJ. Biohabitats also has offices serving the Bioregions of the Great Lakes, Ohio River, Southeast, San Francisco Bay and Southern Rocky Mountains.
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