Adam is a project manager and environmental planner with a background in cultural resource management, recreation area management, post-fire restoration planning, national monument implementation, management of areas of tribal use and importance, and paleontological resource management. Adam’s professional yet personable approach to project management and environmental planning has ensured the successful completion of complex projects and fostered strong connections with clients.
Adam’s professional experience includes four years of NEPA project management and analysis of project impacts to cultural, tribal, and paleontological resources. He also has six years of experience with cultural resource management, the Section 106 process of the National Historic Preservation Act, traditional cultural property assessments, and tribal consultation. Adam has a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Policy from Colorado College.
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Outside the Office
Adam grew up in Gold Hill, Nevada and learned to ski at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe. In his free time, Adam can be found skiing, fly fishing, freestyle rapping, hosting themed parties, and building interactive art projects. Adam also regularly hosts live radio music shows for an eclectic and longstanding community radio station based out of Boulder, CO where he has resided for six years.