EDUCATION – M.S./2014/Environmental Science, Concentration in Water Resources Management-Towson University; B.S./1998/Botany & B.S./1998/Natural Resources Management-Colorado State University; A.A.S./1994/Environmental Technology, Concentration in Land Rehabilitation-Colorado Mountain College
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS – Society of Ecological Restoration; Maryland Native Plant Society; Colorado Native Plant Society; Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry; Maryland Pesticide Applicator
SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS – LaBarre, W., Ownby, D., Lev, S., Rader, K. and Casey, R. Attenuation of copper in runoff from copper roofing materials by two stormwater control measures. Water Research. 2015 88 (2016) 207e215
LaBarre, W., Ownby, D., Lev, S., Rader, K. and Casey, R. Bioretention Stormwater Control Measures Decrease the Toxicity of Copper Roof Runoff. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. ETCJ-Apr-16-00309.R1.
Giordanengo, J. et al. Living Streambanks: A manual of bioengineering treatments for Colorado streams. Colorado Water Conservation Board. 2016
EXPERIENCE – Bill LaBarre possesses 25+ years of experience in ecosystem restoration, project management and oversight, revegetation and invasive species management, stormwater management and water quality improvement. He is responsible for the monitoring and maintenance of GreenVest’s projects. Bill has an A.A.S. from Colorado Mountain College, a double B.S. in Botany and Natural Resources Management from Colorado State University and an M.S. in Environmental Science from Towson University.