Bachelor of Science, Agronomy, Texas A&M University
Keith is a project manager with twelve years of experience with a diverse background in natural resource assessment, specializing in wetland delineations, wetland permitting, and the creation and mitigation of wetlands. He has extensive experience with section 404 of the clean water act permitting including both nationwide permits and individual permits. Keith has experience with running several aquatic resource function models including, but not limited to, the interim riverine forested hydrogeomorphic model, the interim riverine scrub-shrub/herbaceous hydrogeomorphic model, and the U.S. army corps of engineers (USACE) Galveston district stream assessment tool. He also has worked closely with the interagency review team in developing wetland mitigation banks within the USACE Galveston district.