We provide ecologically based resource management strategies to achieve project outcomes in an efficient, sustainable and responsible manner.
Our accomplished team of resource experts are experienced with:
- Wildfire Mitigation
- Ecosystem Restoration
- Erosion Control
- Noxic Weeds
- Policy and Compliance
- Land Use Planning and
- Geographic Information Systems
Diverse capabilities and decades of field experience positions Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting to provide insightful and particle solutions for a wide array of natural resource projects.
Mr. Tobler is a natural resource manager with over 21 years of experience; he currently serves as principal instigator and project leader on numerous ecosystem management projects that integrated forest restoration, wildfire mitigation, rangeland and noxious weed management, wildlife management and riparian management initiatives.
Kimberly Karish, D.Des., LEED AP
Dr. Karish is an environmental planner and landscape ecologist with fifteen years of experience in a range of applied practices. Her range of expertise includes GIS and spatial analysis, ecological modeling and impact analysis, open space and natural resource planning, regulatory compliance and mitigation techniques, and sustainable land use practices. Dr. Karish currently serves as a GIS specialist and contributing ecologist for BMEC. Kimblerly is proficient with ESRI ArcGIS products including ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro, ArcPAD and other desktop and mobile applications.
Craig Severn is an ecologist with 29 years of experience in landscape analysis in Colorado and the western United States. Mr. Severn has a broad understanding of the ecology of riparian, wetland, and upland communities as well as a working knowledge of state and federal laws including NEPA, the Clean Water Act and others.
Amy Randell is a natural resource specialist with 14 years of experience; she currently serves as a botanist and technical communicator for Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting. Ms. Randell has participated in diverse natural resource management and research projects throughout Colorado, New Mexico and Washington, utilizing various vegetation sampling techniques for biomass, cover, density, and frequency.
Mackenzie Bosher has more than five years of professional GIS experience with involving land use planning processes, conservation, hazard mitigation, floodplain mapping and environmental remediation. Mackenzie draws upon her background in the geospatial sciences and natural resource planning to guide the development of tools, spatial analyses, static maps and web maps. Mackenzie has a Bachelor of Science degree in geography from the University of Colorado with a major in geography and minor in geology. Mackenzie is proficient with ESRI ArcGIS software, Microsoft office and a variety of other software platforms.