Brian Bader has over 35 years’ experience developing and managing natural resource planning, environmental compliance, and ecological and habitat restoration projects for federal, state, and local agencies, tribal, and private clients. His recent work focused on developing and managing water resources development, and threatened and endangered species management and mitigation, riparian and riverine restoration, and watershed and forest management projects. He also has extensive native plant propagation and re-vegetation experience.
Mr. Bader has completed planning and NEPA compliance projects for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is familiar with, and has experience, implementing the recent NEPA streamlining requirements and recent wetland regulatory guidelines. Mr. Bader has overseen numerous ESA compliance and wetland permitting projects. He has completed numerous biological evaluations and biological assessments and has provided CWA 404/401 permitting and wetland compensatory mitigation and monitoring support for his clients.
Mr. Bader received his Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, Institute of Environmental Studies – Land Resources Program with a focus on Restoration Ecology. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.