Randy is a leading provincial expert in whitebark and limber pine and has worked on related conservation and restoration projects throughout British Columbia. Randy has developed whitebark pine recovery plans, implemented planting programs, established permanent monitoring plots, designed prescribed burns and treatments for whitebark pine restoration, and conducted numerous research studies. Randy also has considerable experience with industrial and small-scale native plant restoration and reclamation, including hydroelectric reservoirs. In addition, Randy has managed and implemented numerous ecosystem mapping projects over his twelve-year career as an ecologist in British Columbia. Randy’s strong professional and educational experience coupled with his field work, public speaking, and research skills make him a valuable asset to any team.