Carson is a Habitat Restoration Technician and a Snohomish County native. He has a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Linfield College in Oregon. Carson, previously worked for the Washington Conservation Corps as a Restoration Specialist Intern with King County Department of Natural Resources managing restoration crews, assisting project managers and working with Ecologists collecting field data. He has also spent time working for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife as both a Fisheries Observer, and as a Habitat Technician, and at the Chicago Botanic Garden in their Conservation and Land Management Internship Program.
What do you like about living in the Pacific Northwest?
The PNW is beautiful and rich with natural resources. The mild climate here and the diverse landscapes make me realize how lucky we are to live in such a special place. I typically enjoy experiencing our state through hiking, camping, and canoeing.
Why do you work here (at the District)?
I enjoy working with landowners on a local scale to help improve and prepare our creeks and rivers for an ever increasing population and to combat climate change.
- I like chocolate!