Focusing on ecosystem assessments and impact analysis, Daniel is a senior environmental planner and manager for multidisciplinary projects. He prepares and submits proposals for small and large development and infrastructure undertakings, and he’s an expert at independent and quality review of natural environment reports.
He provides expert testimony at tribunals for ecosystem studies, mentors ecosystem colleagues, and specializes in aggregate development for pits and quarries as well as the assessment of impacts to woodland wildlife, wetlands, and aquatic features. Recently, Daniel developed mitigation strategies and managed the creation of a new habitat for Blanding’s turtles, an at-risk species, which required nest sites and a foraging pond at a large gravel pit development site.
Daniel’s passion for nature was originally driven by a family tradition of bird watching and waterfowl hunting. So, when he isn’t managing ecosystem projects, you might find him spending his spare time with binoculars, canoe, kayak, or mountain bike.