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Tom R. Biebighauser

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The Wetland Trust

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The Wetland Trust

4729 State Route 414

Burdett, New York,14818

United States

Company Description

The mission of The Wetland Trust is to restore, conserve and protect wetland biota, functions and values. We will work with partners to restore wetlands on private and public lands or our own properties. We will help conserve and protect wetlands by helping se...more

Background Information

Employment History

Wildlife Biologist, US Forest Service and Kandris Goodwin, Programs Coordinator

University of Kentucky

Wildlife Biologist

Daniel Boone National Forest

Web References(148 Total References)

TWT News

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With participants from all over the Eastern United States, fall foliage at its upstate New York peak, and speaker and author Tom Biebighauser at his best, we were nonstop for the entire week both learning, and restoring wetlands.
2012 NEWRI Photos 2011 updates... The TWT finished illustrating, editing, formatting, and publishing a very informative book on wetland restoration and creation for our partner and Author Tom Biebighauser.

Wetland Resources

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by Thomas R. Biebighauser
The author reveals practices used to restore over 1,400 wetlands in 18 states and two Canadian provinces, answering questions asked by the thousands of professionals and landowners who have taken the hands-on wetland restoration workshops he instructs across North America...

2012 NEWRI Information

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Wetland Drainage, Restoration, and Repair, book by Thomas R. Biebighauser, University Press of Kentucky
Wetland Restoration and Construction, a Technical Guide by Thomas R. Biebighauser and published by The Wetland Trust How to Build a Vernal Pool, article by Thomas R. Biebighauser and Cindy Han More on Tom Biebighauser, Tom Biebighauser has restored over 1,400 emergent, ephemeral, forested, shrub, and wet-meadow wetlands on public and private lands in 18-states and 2- Canadian provinces. He carries a deep and long-standing concern for environmental issues, and thus, finds it rewarding to repair wetlands that have failed, and to assist like-minded land managers who are initiating wetland and stream restoration programs. Tom enjoys leading workshops where participants learn about wetland and stream restoration by actually constructing wetlands, and has instructed hands-on wetland training in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, British Columbia, and Ontario. He has also helped over 90 teachers build wetlands at their schools for use as outdoor classrooms, and encourages hundreds of students each year to put on waders and venture into wetlands for exploration. Tom's passion for wetland and stream restoration has resulted in his receiving numerous awards during his career, including recognition for outstanding accomplishments in resource conservation practices from Goodyear Tire and the National Association of Conservation Districts, as well as three National Taking Wing Awards for leadership, community involvement, and outstanding accomplishments. He also was awarded a National Wings Across the Americas Conservation Award for significant contributions to bat management and wetland restoration. In 2003, Tom wrote and published the book A Guide to Creating Vernal Ponds, which he used in his workshops as a training guide. His second book, Wetland Drainage, Restoration, and Repair, was well received upon its release in 2007. Tom and his wife Dee have two married children and two grandchildren. They are both active in their church, where Tom is a Sunday School teacher. When he isn't exploring and photographing wetlands, he can be found making improvements to their farm in Kentucky, which Dee has aptly named Twisted Arm Farm. He invites you to visit the Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration website: www.wetlandsandstreamrestoration.org, or to e-mail him at tombiebighauser@gmail.com. Tom Biebighauser TWT Logo The Wetland Trust, 4729 State Route 414, Burdett, NY 14818 607-546-2528 , www.thewetlandtrust.org HOMEABOUT USWETLAND RESOURCESILF PROGRAMPROTECTED LANDSMISSIONNEWSCONTACT US

E Alu Pū Member Receives National Wetland Community Leader Award | KUA

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As the founder of Wetlands Restoration and Training, LLC, and the Center for Wetland and Stream Restoration in Morehead, Kentucky, Thomas R. Biebighauser has created and restored over 300 wetlands since his retirement from the U.S.
Forest Service in 2013. A wetland ecologist and wildlife biologist, Thomas designs and teaches numerous workshops, training sessions, and college-level courses on wetlands restorations-his restoration techniques, which includes pioneering the use of groundwater dams, have been replicated by over 10,000 students, biologists, land manager, engineers, and private land owners. He has also authored numerous instructional books and articles on wetlands restoration.

Mitigation & Restoration Design | Stream and Wetland Restoration

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Other relevant trainings offered by leaders in the field of stream and wetland restoration such as Will Harman (Stream Mechanics), Thomas Biebighauser (Wetland Restoration and Training, LLC), Marc Seelinger (The Swamp School, LLC), and Mick Micacchion (Midwest Biodiversity Institute) have also been attended by numerous AllStar employees.

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