Fishery Expert

Fishery Expert

Rick Williams is a fisheries ecologist and Research Associate in the Department of Biology at The College of Idaho. His research and consulting activities focus on the conservation of native steelhead, red band, and cutthroat trout in western North America.

Fishery Expert

Rick Williams is a fisheries ecologist and Research Associate in the Department of Biology at The College of Idaho. His research and consulting activities focus on the conservation of native steelhead, redband, and cutthroat trout in…

Botany and Water Recreation Expert

Roger earned his PhD in botany at the University of Montana in 1984. He retired from a 35 year career as the Idaho Bureau of Land Management state botanist 7 years ago, but continues to serve on graduate faculty committees at Idaho universities…

Project Advisor

Phil Rassier is a 1975 graduate of the University of Idaho College of Law. From 1976 to 2010 Phil was a deputy attorney general with the Natural Resources Division of the Idaho Attorney General’s Office. Phil served as the senior deputy attorney…

Project Manager & Agricultural Expert

Douglas Jones is a third generation Idaho farmer. Jones farmed in Southern Idaho in a family operation with his father and brother until 2005 when he was recruited to join Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar, HC&S, in Maui Hawaii as Vice…

Regulatory Analyst

Mark retired from the Idaho Office of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2010. His EPA career was marked by a diversity of program experience, challenging projects, and experience as a Section Chief in the Idaho office. Mark managed…

Stream Channel Protection Manager

Erv Ballou spent a distinguished career at the Idaho Department of Water Resources, specializing in the field of stream channel protection and serving as the Statewide Coordinator of the Stream Channel Protection program during the…

Water Measurement & Automation Engineer

Steve Lipscomb spent 32 years as a hydraulic engineer and hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in Idaho, Alaska, California, Virginia, and various international locations. He earned a BS in Civil Engineering from…

Hydrogeologist

Ken started his geology career in 1975 at West Virginia University when he switched from being a Forestry major to a Geology major. He graduated in 1979 from WVU and proceeded to the University of Idaho to study carbonate…