Our core team is comprised of Scott Holroyd and Erik Stemo. While our focus is aquatic resource consulting, we also collaborate with a broad network of other skilled professionals to meet the needs of our clients.

Scott Holroyd

PRESIDENT

P.Biol., Senior Fisheries Biologist

Scott has spent his career immersed in the natural world; working with resource-based industries, the public service, and non-government organizations. As a professional fisheries biologist Scott has designed, implemented, and managed numerous aquatic environmental assessments, fisheries monitoring programs, and offsetting/habitat enhancement projects for infrastructure, mining, hydroelectric, and oil and gas sectors. Throughout his career Scott has worked closely with many highly skilled professionals and has participated on a number of challenging projects that provided him with unique experiences to hone his skills. Scott emphasizes a practical approach in his work, with a focus on bridging the gaps between industry, regulators, and the environment. His hands-on participation with projects and applied science prospective sets Scott apart in the industry and is the cornerstone of the service he provides.

Erik Stemo

principal

P.Biol., Senior Fisheries Biologist

Erik is a professional biologist with 15 years of experience in aquatic resource consulting. Fortunate to have had exceptional mentors early in his career, Erik was exposed to a wide array of projects and was encouraged to participate in all aspects of consulting operations. As a result, Erik developed a strong interest in understanding how best to use technical knowledge gained from fieldwork and data analysis to inform decision-making for proponents and regulators. Erik has acted as senior biologist/project manager for numerous large-scale environmental impact assessments for transportation and infrastructure industries, urban expansion, and oil and gas and mining developments. He has also been the principal researcher for several long-term fish population-monitoring programs and has implemented multiple fish movement studies using a variety of methods. Erik is particularly interested in fish habitat enhancement and rehabilitation and has prepared numerous large and small-scale habitat compensation/offset plans in direct liaison with Fisheries and Oceans Canada.