Josh is a landscape ecologist who brings an understanding of geography, forests and rivers to conservation and restoration planning and action as well as monitoring to detect change and suggest alternative paths. He facilitates partnerships local to global including collaborations for Penobscot River restoration, barrier prioritization to restoration networking across North America. Josh is a steering committee member of the World Fish Migration Foundation and scientific advisor to the AMBER project to evaluate and restore rivers across the EU. He has a B.A. from Bard College and Masters’ from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Josh previously directed The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Fox Island Center, was a planner for the National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, and conducted resource inventories for Woodlot Alternatives, Inc.