A native Mainer, Rich has over 20 years' experience in environmental project management throughout the northeast.
Rich has supported some of the most complex projects in New England, including leading the permit teams on the two largest solar projects ever permitted in New England, supporting development of the largest mixed-use redevelopment project in the state, and working on the design and permitting team for the biggest multi-user wetland creation and mitigation site in Maine.
Rich has supported successful projects in several fields, including electric and gas transmission; wind, solar and energy storage; transportation; commercial and residential development; and land trust and conservation projects.
After moving "from away", Dave has called Maine home for over 25 years and wouldn’t have it any other way. With over 15 years of experience as a consulting scientist, Dave has spent his career working throughout the great State of Maine and the northeast.
Dave’s background is in development and permitting of energy projects with a focus on renewable energy and he has personally managed a team of multi-disciplinary consultants, supporting development, permitting and construction compliance on some of the largest solar projects ever built in New England. In addition, Dave has supported permitting and oversight on a variety of other projects such as residential and commercial developments and land restoration and conservation.
Originally from Yarmouth, Katelin has spent her 13-year career working in Maine and New England, with a focus on natural resource surveys and permitting for wind, solar, utility, and transportation projects.
Katelin is a Professional Wetland Scientist and New Hampshire Certified Wetland Scientist. Her experience leading teams of biologists on natural resource surveys for projects of all sizes is the foundation of her career. This background gives her a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of balancing project development with protection of natural resources. She regularly applies this experience while tackling complex projects, representing clients in agency consultation, stakeholder outreach, and public hearings including expert witness testimony.
Raised in South Portland, and now living with his family in Central Maine, Jared has over 12 years' experience supporting energy, commercial and residential development and conservation projects across New England.
Jared graduated from the Environmental Science Program at the University of Maine at Orono and has developed an extensive network of developers, contractors, scientists, and regulators.
Jared has completed wetland delineations, vernal pool and wildlife assessments, and natural resource critical issues analyses for projects across Maine. He has also performed environmental permit compliance and erosion and sedimentation control inspection work on a variety of large scale renewable and energy transmission projects.
Born and raised in Hancock County, Maine, Rodney lives with his family in the midcoast region of Maine. Rod has over 22 years of experience in environmental science.
As a Professional Wetland Scientist, Licensed Soil Scientist, and Certified Wildlife Biologist, Rod provides clients with a broad range of natural resource and permitting expertise. Rod has experience supporting small projects, such as designing septic systems for new single-family homes and permitting municipal multi-use trail systems, and supporting very large projects, such as natural resource mapping for projects that extend across thousands of acres.
Rod has supported successful projects in several fields, including electric transmission; wind, solar and energy storage; transportation; commercial and residential development; and land trust and conservation projects.
Meg received a BS in environmental science and policy from USM and is currently an MS candidate in the same department. Having worked with Flycatcher since 2019, Meg provides clients with professional support in wildlife monitoring and assessment, environmental inspection and assessment, wetland and waterbody mapping, permit preparation, and conservation site monitoring.
A Pennsylvania native living in Southern Maine, Drew has over 15 years' experience in permitting, siting and development of transportation and renewable energy projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England.
Drew has an eclectic range of knowledge and experiences which helps us foresee and overcome challenges in the tricky northeast development landscape. Drew has supported several renewable energy development projects, and leads Flycatcher LLC's dynamic and integrated mapping resource center for our clients and projects.
Chuck has over 20 years of experience in the environmental field and has worked on an array of project types across the country, with a focus in the northeast. Chuck is experienced in project development, and permitting at the local, state and federal levels; wetland/waterbody/vernal pool mapping and assessment; wildlife surveys and habitat assessments; and implementing long-term water quality and vegetation surveys monitoring projects. Chuck also provides construction inspection services, focused on erosion and sedimentation control planning and permit compliance.
With a BS in Wildlife from the University of Maine, Jessie provides project and client support in wildlife biology, permit application preparation, environmental site inspections, wetland delineations, GPS collection, and post-construction monitoring.
Born and raised in Maine, with only brief times out of state for college and early jobs, Kristi currently lives in the Midcoast area with her family. She has a business degree from the University of New Hampshire, which has been used over the last 25 years to support all facets of managing companies of many sizes.
When Kristi isn’t supporting Flycatcher and its staff, she enjoys reading, walking, spending time at the ocean, and traveling with her family.
A Maine native, Sammy has traveled all over the US and abroad to study and work with wildlife of all kinds. After years of working directly with animals, she took her conservation passions online and now helps environmental nonprofits and companies with digital content and outreach.
When she's not in the office, Sammy enjoys hiking, traveling, anything animal-related, and spending time with her toddler, Ryan.