Bethany is a skilled graduate engineer that focuses on design and implementation of water quality practices, including survey, tile investigation, design, and construction administration on saturated buffers, bioreactors, and wetlands. She specializes in wetland design for the conservation reserve enhancement program, and has experience in XPSWMM—holistic modeling to properly identify stormwater and wastewater issues and provide sound solutions. She thrives on responsive communication with clients and project stakeholders, and is dedicated is to finding meaningful solutions for producers, and private/public landowners alike.
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American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), Member
2017 ASABE Iowa Section “Newcomer of the Year” Award Recipient
Fountain Wars Competition and the Gunlogson Environmental Design Student Competition – National student competitions through ASABE, Volunteer Judge
Beautify Storm Lake, Volunteer
Master of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University - Ames, IA
Bachelor of Science in Biological Systems Engineering at University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, NE