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Mr. Tom Biebighauser

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Wildlife Biologist and Wetland Ec...

Phone: (606) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.us
Center for Wetlands
Center For Wetlands & Stream Restoration US Forest Service 2375 KY HWY 801 South
Morehead, Kentucky 40351
United States

Company Description: The Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration is a partnership of agencies, organizations, and businesses working together to restore wetlands and streams, improve...   more

Employment History


  • B.S. , Wildlife Biology
    University of Minnesota
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ASWM: Current Edition of Wetland Breaking News, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Special thanks to contributors of this issue: Tom Biebighauser, US Forest Service; Debbie Slobe, Playa Lakes Joint Venture; Ann Riley, San Francisco Bay Region Water Quality Control Board.
Thomas R. Biebighauser, a wildlife biologist for the USDA Forest Service in Daniel Boone National Forest , has taught wetland management workshops across North America . In fact, he is a three-time recipient of the Forest Service's national Taking Wing award and is an expert in the field while working on over 1,000 restoration projects.
Thomas R. Biebighauser will lead a workshop on the history of wetland drainage. Ecologists working to restore wetlands are not often aware of the extraordinary efforts taken by generations of farmers to drain fields for crop production. Beginning in 1835, a new way was found to remove excess waters from fields in New York by hand digging ditches to bury clay tile. For more information on registration, contact Tom Biebighauser at
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Instructors include Tom Biebighauser, Wildlife Biologist, US Forest Service and Kandris Goodwin, Programs Coordinator, University of Kentucky , Tracy Farmer Center for the Environment. To register please send an e-mail to: For additional information call Tom Biebighauser (606) 356-4569.
Laker Country WJRS 104.9 fm | WJKY 1060 am, 20 Sept 2008 [cached]
"Referring to Wetland Drainage, Restoration, and Repair is the next best thing to our working together to restore a wetland," said author Tom Biebighauser, a wildlife biologist for the Daniel Boone National Forest and international wetlands expert.
The highly effective techniques described were developed by Biebighauser over 25 years building wetlands across North America. His groundbreaking work has earned him national awards and international instructor engagements.
Tom Biebighauser, a wildlife ... [cached]
Tom Biebighauser, a wildlife biologist for the U.S.
A completed wetland at Manchester Elementary School in Clay County constructed by Tom Biebighauser, wildlife biologist for the US Forest Service, who is directing the project at Glenn Marshall Elementary and B. Michael Caudill Middle schools.
Students secured the liner with stakes in areas marked by Tom Biebighauser, a wildlife biologist for the U.S.
Biebighauser used a surveying level, a tool used to measure the shape and depth of the wetland, to make sure each stake was positioned correctly.
Historically, settlers of America saw wetlands as a nuisance and the consensus was to avoid or drain "these foul breeding grounds," according to the website for the Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration in Morehead, where Biebighauser works.
 But current research shows that wetlands serve as important areas for biodiversity, water reclamation, and soil conservation, the website states.
According to the EPA, wetlands are second only to the ocean in the number of organisms inhabiting them.
 Biebighauser has traveled the states to oversee several similar projects, including wetland construction at Kirksville Elementary and EKU.
BCWF Wetlands Institute Instructors Announced, 24 May 2007 [cached]
BCWF Wetlands Education program is pleased to announce that the US Forest Service is providing the services of Wetlands Restoration Specialist, Mr. Tom Biebighauser who will again be returning as Lead Instructor to the Wetlands Institute.
Biebighauser graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.S. in Wildlife Biology in 1978 and began a career with the Forest Service as Wildlife Biologist at the Superior National Forest in Minnesota, moving on to the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky in 1988.He began restoring wetlands in 1982 in northeastern Minnesota and has since established over 950 such sites in Minnesota, Kentucky, Ohio, and British Columbia.Tom has successfully written hundreds of funding proposals and has taken the lead in completing numerous partnership projects for restoring emergent, ephemeral, forested, and wet meadow wetlands on public and private lands.
Tom Biebighauser, a Wetland ..., 3 Mar 2014 [cached]
Tom Biebighauser, a Wetland Ecologist would design and oversee the construction of the wetland. He has built over 1,600 wetlands in 20 states and 2 Canadian provinces.
Tom Biebighauser and Dr. Kerry Kriger (Executive Director, Save the Frogs) would plan to visit your school to design the wetland project the week of May 18.
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