Introducing: Our New Jersey Staff and New NJ Office

GreenVest is excited to announce our New Jersey office is moving. The office will provide a new home base for our NJ team to assist our clients while protecting, preserving, and restoring nature.

Mailing Address: PO Box 200, Tranquility, NJ 07879

Physical Address: 35A Kennedy Road, Tranquility, NJ 07879

While we’re at it, we’d like to introduce you to our New Jersey Team. Here’s why they love working at GreenVest:

Brandon Carr

“Working as a field tech for GreenVest has many highlights. I love running around the woods, and I can do just that. I enjoy working with my hands, including building fences to secure our sites. I also like doing the dirty work for GreenVest: twice I’ve caught and released destructive wildlife and I’ve jumped in chest high water to remove stream obstructions, carry plants, treat sites, and many more. Not to mention, in 2017 we completed 4 planting jobs which consisted of over 175k pieces in a tight timeframe, which left quite the impact.”

Brian Cramer

“Early in my career I worked in the land development sector securing environmental resource permits for impacts to Natural Resources, expanding my knowledge base of regulation and natural resource protection. This information helped shape my experience on the GreenVest Team, where I truly found my calling.  The natural resource restoration focus of the work we complete at GreenVest is incredibly rewarding and I could not see myself doing anything else.   Being an avid outdoorsman, natural resource protection and restoration are close to my heart.   As Operations Manager I am very proud of our accomplishments resulting from the hard work our knowledgeable and dedicated staff put in day in and day out.”

Cowan Sikora

“My favorite part about working at GreenVest is observing our sites grow with flora and fauna diversity every year.  From flushing woodcock at Matchaponix to seeing wood ducks swim at Oradell’s vernal pools, it is rewarding to see wildlife benefit from the team’s hard work.”

Daniel Ragnetti

“As a member of The GreenVest Team I find that the most enjoyable thing about working for this company is the constant learning experience that it provides me. From learning about new types of flora and fauna to discovering new ways to help achieve a variety of restoration goals. I find each aspect of wetland restoration to be very interesting.

I first became interested in the field of restoration through my own personal interests in the outdoors, as well as the various seasonal positions I held during the summers. From being a seasonal maintenance crew member for the NJ Division of Parks and Forestry to a Field Technician for a Lake Management Company, I found that these jobs bolstered my interest in restoring the natural world around us to its native beauty.

Perhaps one of the coolest things I’ve experienced on a job site is the sightings of new baby animals. Most significantly, I remember the Spring of 2020 on the Oradell Restoration Site when I stumbled upon a Wild Turkey sitting on her nest of 10 eggs. A few weeks later I was lucky enough to spot all 10 poults following their mother through the meadows on the job site.”

Doug Schneider

“The most exciting part of working here at GreenVest is the vast diversity of ecosystems and habitats at our project sites. One day we may be working on tidal marshes off the coast of NJ and the following day will find us creating brook trout habitat on streams in Northern MD. As a lifelong outdoorsman, the shared care and passion for our projects and the environment has always made me proud to be a part of our team.”

Owen McEnroe

“I grew up in New Jersey and have been a lover of natural areas since a very young age. I was drawn to ecological restoration after watching several natural places in the area where I grew up turn into strip malls and parking lots. I realized that I had to do something to help alleviate the harmful impacts humans have on our natural resources, especially in New Jersey. Working at GreenVest allows me to do just that. I love being part of the restoration of degraded natural areas and helping to protect land from human activities.”