Lauren is an Environmental Scientist I with experience conducting wetland delineations, developing environmental compliance documents, and writing technical reports for various local, state, federal, tribal, and private agencies.
Lauren Templeton has experience providing the environmental support to transportation, water resources, fish passage, and structural projects. With a strong understanding of the Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and Endangered Species Act, Lauren’s work has primarily consisted of performing wetland delineations, developing environmental compliance documents, and writing technical reports for various local, state, federal, tribal, and private agencies. Additionally, Lauren has experience in ESRI ArcMap, QGIS, and water quality monitoring. She has assisted on projects throughout Montana, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, New Mexico, Nevada, and Idaho. Working in Washington and Oregon has advanced Lauren’s permitting experience concerning the National Marine Fisheries Service, Essential Fish Habitat, migratory fish species, and coastal resources.
Lauren is eager to expand into more complex and challenging wetland-related projects, while still having the opportunity to work within the natural resources and regulatory compliance project fields.
Education and Professional Development
- B.A., Environmental Science and Policy, Minor in Environmental Science; Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
Professional Certifications, Training, and Workshops
- Wetland Delineation w/ Field Practicum, Wetland Training Institute, August 2018
- Overview of NEPA/ESA/NHPA Section 106/Administrative Record, Shipley Group, January 2019
- 2020 Wetlands Status and Trends, Swamp School, Webinar, January 2020