- Implemented multiple State/Federal Natural Resource Programs
- BS, Wildlife Resources, University of Idaho
- AS, Biology, University of Idaho
Born and raised in Boise, Idaho, Carlton has always had an affinity for the outdoors. His earliest memories are of his family’s annual Labor Day grouse hunting trip and attending local YMCA sporting camps. These experiences quickly evolved into big game hunting, fishing, and the weekly football, basketball, or baseball event. His outdoor interests influenced his college path where he graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.S in Wildlife Resources. During his time in school, he worked on the University’s logging crew, seasonally for the Idaho Fish and Game, and as a technician at the local Franklin H. Pitkin Forest Nursery. After graduating, he moved to Burns, OR to work for the NRCS and Harney Soil and Water Conservation District. For three years he coordinated State and Federal programs with a focus on agricultural water quality and wet meadow conservation. He has now come full circle and is back in the Treasure Valley to assist with T-O Engineers environmental planning team.