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. His experience includes plant, vertebrate, and invertebrate communities that western landscapes support. He has performed wetland delineations and designed, managed construction of, and monitored numerous wetland creation/restoration projects as well as conducted studies related to restoration and grazing in upland areas. Mr. Severn has also conducted surveys for state and federal sensitive plant and animal species for numerous environmental impact statements and environmental assessments. Craig holds a Masters Degree in Mineral Resources Ecology from the Colorado School of Mines and a Bachelors degree in Range Ecology from Colorado State University.
M.S. in Mineral Resources Ecology (Colorado School of Mines)
B.S. in Range Ecology (Colorado State University)