Tom Denbow joins Biohabitats and expands firm’s capabilities to restore the Great Lakes Business Wire CLEVELAND -- June 13, 2013 Watershed and Water Resources Management Planner, Tom Denbow, has joined Biohabitats, Inc., the nation’s leading ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design firm. In his new role as Great Lakes Bioregion Team Leader, Denbow will manage the firm’s work throughout the Great Lakes Basin. For more than 30 years, Denbow has led initiatives and crafted innovative solutions to address water-related environmental and management challenges in the Great Lakes region. He has applied his expertise in water resources and environmental science to projects ranging from conservation planning and ecosystem restoration to storm water management and low impact development. From 1997-2002, he served as Executive Director of the Chagrin River Watershed Partners, a partnership of 29 cities, villages, townships, counties, and park districts located east of the Cleveland Metropolitan area committed to addressing flooding and erosion, and sustaining natural resource services that benefit communities. Before joining Biohabitats, Denbow was Water Resources Business Line Leader for URS Corporation in Cleveland, where he led a team of engineers, landscape architects, and scientists focused on solving water resources management challenges. Former Chair of the Cuyahoga River Community Planning Organization and the Ohio Water Advisory Council, Denbow currently serves as Chair of the Ohio Coastal Resources Advisory Council. “Tom has devoted his entire career to restoring the quality, health and resiliency of the Great Lakes,” said Biohabitats president, Keith Bowers. “His local expertise in the Great Lakes bioregion along with his track record as an effective leader will undoubtedly benefit Great Lakes communities that want to go beyond ‘sustainability’ and truly regenerate quality of life and economic benefits.” An Ohio native, Denbow holds a B.S. in Zoology from Bowling Green State University with additional course work completed at The Ohio State University Stone Laboratory and the Organizational and Systems Development Program (OSD VI), Gestalt Institute, Cleveland, Ohio. Biohabitats, Inc. has Bioregional offices throughout the U.S. The Great Lakes Bioregion office is located at 2026 Murray Hill Road in Cleveland, OH. Contact: Biohabitats, Inc. Amy Nelson, 800-220-0919 email@example.com
Tom Denbow joins Biohabitats and expands firm’s capabilities to restore the Great Lakes
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