Case Brown has been designing, constructing, enhancing, and maintaining ponds, lakes, and streams in Montana, Wyoming, and throughout the country since 2003. His knowledge and experience includes over 50 restoration and enhancement projects ranging from large scale streams and wetland restoration and small trout ponds construction. Case believes that proper design and planning is the key to productive habitat for flora and fauna.
Jason Rolfe, P.G., has been working in the construction and engineering geology sector since 2000. His experience includes residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental projects in Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, and California. Jason is a Wyoming registered Professional Geologist (PG-3618) and he is proficient in surface and subsurface mapping, construction and project management, topographic and bathymetric mapping, and geologic site investigations. Jason was previously the Deputy Director for the Wyoming State Geological Survey.
Erik Kramer has been working in the natural resource management and ecological restoration field since 2008 and is equipped with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Restoration and Management from the University of Maryland. Since 2010, Erik has gained expertise managing wetland and upland habitat restoration projects, leading crews to restore natural landscapes, and surveying native vegetation in Wyoming.