Kramer brings professional experience managing riparian and upland habitat restoration projects, managing vegetation monitoring programs, developing monitoring protocols, performing data analysis and report writing. Additionally, Kramer has taught study abroad courses in the Peruvian Amazon and Andes for the University of Washington that focused on tropical ecology, conservation, and sustainability.
Kramer has a professional background in habitat restoration, vegetation monitoring, invasive plant management, monitoring protocol development, tropical ecology, wildlife monitoring and environmental education. Kramer brings years of experience coordinating logistics for a variety of habitat restoration projects, vegetation monitoring programs, along with study abroad and backpacking courses. Previously, Kramer has managed riparian and upland habitat restoration projects, managed vegetation monitoring programs, and he has taught study abroad courses in the Peruvian Amazon and Andes for the University of Washington. Beyond Kramer’s project management and coordination skills, he brings over 10 years of experience performing ecological field work such as vegetation monitoring, plant installation and invasive weed control.
Kramer graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors of Arts in Environmental Studies and a minor in Ecological Restoration.
Education and Professional
- B.A. Environmental Studies- University of Washington
- B.A. Minor in Ecological Restoration- University of Washington