Trevor graduated from the University of Arizona in 1991 with a degree in Ecology. For ten years he studied the impacts of suburban development on rattlesnakes and Gila monsters. Trevor has practiced riparian and upland restoration across the Sky Island Region for the past 25 years and developed a robust methodology for the assessment, planning and design of restoration projects, which has resulted in over $2,000,000 of on the ground restoration work in SE Arizona, SE New Mexico and northern Sonora.
Trevor Hare is a conservation biologist and landscape restoration practitioner with over 20 years of professional experience in the arid Southwest. As the River Restoration Biologist with WMG since 2013, Trevor has been responsible for the funding proposals and designs for three large shallow-groundwater/creek restoration projects, and the design and construction of numerous small scale erosion control and habitat enhancement projects. He has extensive knowledge of assessment, design and construction means and methods, and familiarity with local codes and ordinances, and state and federal permitting requirements and the barriers they often present to context-based solutions for erosion control, habitat enhancement, and geomorphological creek and wetland restoration.