Founder and Project Manager
Mitch has 30 years of professional experience managing complex habitat restoration projects. He coordinates with agencies, landowners, other resource professionals, and funders. Mitch oversees the work of all subcontractors to ensure quality performance and cost efficiency. He handles permitting and compliance. Mitch is adept at problem-solving and responding to challenges that arise during project implementation.
Annie has worked as a plant ecologist in California’s North Coast region for over 30 years. She specializes in restoration and management of native plant communities. Annie has expertise in coastal wetland, riparian, and dune habitats. She provides services in plant identification, vegetation classification and mapping, habitat restoration monitoring, wetland delineation, CRAM, invasive species management, and rare plant surveys.
Rhonda has managed our office since 1991. She performs bookkeeping, accounting, and administrative work including payroll, financial statements, and accounts receivable and payable. Rhonda oversees all office functions, including personnel management and adherence to compliance for audits.
Administrative Assistant Manager
Ms. Bridy has over 15 years of experience working in the environmental field. She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in Biology and Psychology from UC Santa Cruz and has performed a variety of field and administrative tasks for the National Park Service, USGS Biological Resources Division, and regionally-based environmental organizations. At PCFWWRA, she provides assistance with project management, including drafting subcontracts, invoices, permit applications, and reports; assisting with tracking project budgets and progress; communicating with partners; performing outreach; developing the website; and providing other support as needed.
Kevin is skilled in performing Geographic Information System (GIS) tasks. He works closely with the Plant Ecologist to provide support for field collection, analysis, and presentation of botanical and geospatial data. He prepares vegetation maps, sensitive plant and natural communities maps, wetland maps, and other maps needed for reporting and permitting. Kevin’s expertise in botany enhances his performance of these tasks.