Why join NASECA-WI?
NASECA-WI was organized as a professional organization in 2003 with the primary goal of hosting low-cost, high-quality education for those in the field of stormwater and erosion control. We still hold firm to that goal and are happy to offer the following membership benefits, with more benefits to be added soon!
- Discounts on educational programs for members
- NASECA-WI Learning Studio
- Online access to NASECA-WI’s Wisconsin Construction Site Erosion Control Field Guide
Senior Ecologist, Eco-Resource Consulting, Inc.
Cottage Grove, WI
Clay received his Bachelor of Science in Zoology/Wildlife Ecology from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1996. Following a two-year Peace Corps Volunteer post in West Africa working in the agro-forestry sector, he began his professional career as a Wildlife Technician for The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This work led to a position with Pheasants Forever in Southeast Wisconsin as a Grassland Ecologist where he facilitated more than 6,000 acres of reconstructed prairie. In 2008, Clay came on board with EC3 Environmental Consulting Group as a Project Manager. And in 2012, Clay accepted a position as a Senior Ecologist with Eco-Resource Consulting, Inc. He has a strong background in native plant ecology, invasive species management, comprehensive land management, and project planning/design. Through the design and implementation of adaptive management approaches, Clay has accrued 20 years of “hands-on” knowledge base in native plant community management and now oversees business and new project development at ERC, one of the fastest growing ecological consulting and restoration firms in the Midwest.
Membership runs on an annual cycle beginning on the date of joining/renewing. Membership is non-refundable, but may be transferred to another individual. Email email@example.com for more information.
Please note that as of November 2018, annual membership will no longer be included in the cost of registration for the annual conference.