Josselyn Lucas

- Project Manager & Sr. Environmental Specialist

“I’ve always had a passion for the outdoors. As a kid, I spent my summers flipping rocks in the creek next to my childhood home looking for salamanders and crawdads. I consider myself lucky to work in a field that allows me to realize my passion for nature through the enhancement and improvement of the sensitive habitats of the Appalachians. When I’m not working I’m playing with my dog, hiking, kayaking or just enjoying my downtime.”

Qualifications and Experience

  • B.S. ‐ Evolution, Ecology, and Environmental Biology – Appalachian State University
  • Hydrologic Determination Training – TDEC – 2020
  • Rain Garden and Water Quality Certification (#532) – NC State University Cooperative Extension 2019
  • Streambank Repair Certification (#0013) – NC State University Cooperative Extension 2020
  • Conducting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments Course #C275 PDHonline/PDH Center 2019
  • River Morphology and Applications Wildland Hydrology, 2019
  • Tennessee Stream Quantification Tool Workshop (TN SQT) – Will Harmon/TDEC, 2018
  • Applied Fluvial Geomorphology – Wildland Hydrology, 2018
  • USACE Wetland Delineation Certification Richard Chinn Environmental Training, 2018
  • WPIT Certification – Society of Wetland Scientists, 2017
  • Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) certification – NCDNCR, 2014
  • Certification in Geographical Information Science (GIS) – Appalachian State, 2014

Areas of Expertise:

  • Project Management (6+ Years Experience)
  • Restoration Ecology (Riverine/Wetland Habitat)
  • Wetland and Stream Assessment and Delineations
  • Natural Channel Stream Design
  • Innovative Stormwater Infrastructure and Design
  • 401/404 Permitting
  • Innovative Stormwater Solutions
  • On‐Site Consultations
  • Mitigation Planning and Implementation
  • Environmental Site Assessments