Grand Environmental Services
Owner, Senior Project Scientist
Grand Lake Plumbing
Providing Over 90 Years of Legendary Service For Grand County, Including the communities of Winter Park and Fraser
Grand Lake Plumbing & Heating provides homeowners in Grand county with complete plumbing, water treatment, heating, indoor air quality and drain cleaning services. We’re looking forward to providing you with our legendary service and superior products. Go to our website www.grandlakeplumbing.com to learn more!
Hillary Mizia, PriZm Sustainability
PriZm Sustainability has been guiding, partnering, and helping to create meaningful change in the world of sustainability since 2006. Based in Fort Collins, CO, PriZm provides advisory, facilitation, public speaking, and writing services to a wide range of clients. Principal and Founder Hillary Mizia brings nearly two decades of experience in business, government, non-profits, and grassroots movements to her work, allowing for a depth of understanding that’s hard to match. Learn more at www.PriZmSustainability.com
Ryan Lokteff, Divide Environmental and Mapping (DEM)
Divide Environmental and Mapping (DEM) provides geospatial services including spatial analysis, geoprocessing, GPS services, and map document creation. Our environmental services are focused on water monitoring including stream temperature, water clarity, aquatic macroinvertebrate sampling, and water chemistry. Past geospatial projects include automated watershed delineation and watershed spatial statistics through python, sample design prep, and map creation for the National Aquatic Monitoring Center (aka BugLab). DEM has also created maps for the Upper Colorado River Watershed Group (UCRWG), Outstanding Grand Lake (OGL), and the Fraser River Source Water Protection Partnership. Past environmental projects include stream temperature, aquatic macroinvertebrate, lake clarity, and water quality monitoring across Grand County, CO.
Dave Lively, Lively Tours and Talks
Lively Tours and Talks is proud to be a Project Partner with Grand Environmental Services. Dave Lively, a local historian, delves into the background of older structures to establish an opinion of the potential eligibility for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. This is followed with completion of a Historic Resource Review culminating from the in-depth research, fieldwork, and analysis of the site and structures. Please go to www.DaveLively.com for more information.
Tiffany is an environmental chemist specializing in hydro-geochemistry, education and outreach. Her natural resource experience includes land management, scientific research, high school education, recreation and agriculture. She has worked for both County and Federal Governments throughout the country as well as Middle Park High School and local businesses in Grand County. She obtained her B.S. in Water and Soil Resource Management at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. She attended the University of Alaska – Fairbanks to study glacier runoff contribution to lowland stream flow for her Masters of Science thesis in Environmental Chemistry. Tiffany’s previous research included impacts of urban runoff on bio-retention basins (rain-garden) and land use impacts on urban-mountain streams in Guatemala.
Mr. Fucik has been practicing as an environmental professional specializing in water quality issues since 1972. Over the course of his career, Mr. Fucik was involved in environmental projects across the U.S. and abroad. These projects were conducted in freshwater and terrestrial environments including desert, montane, and rainforest habitats. He has also worked in marine and coastal ecosystems in boreal, temperate and tropical environments. From 1988 to 2007, Mr. Fucik owned and operated aquatic toxicology and analytical chemistry labs in Colorado, Texas, and Peru. He has authored numerous scientific papers dealing with the fate and effects of pollutants in freshwater and aquatic ecosystems. He has provided expert witness testimony in environmental damage claims in both the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Fucik was an appointee to the Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group and is a member of the steering committee initiating the Upper Colorado River Watershed Group. He was a member of the Boulder County Board of Health including two terms as President where he provided expertise to the department on environmental matters. Mr. Fucik is retired and currently spends time consulting on development of a web-based GIS tool to support environmental monitoring, compliance and asset management.
Paul Harrington, Harrington Landscapes