Marlene Tyner-Valencourt

Conservation Project Manager

Overview

Marlene Tyner-Valencourt has eight years of experience in ecological research and environmental analysis. She specializes in mitigation banking, market-based conservation strategies, wetland restoration, climate change science, land use planning, and corporate sustainability strategic planning. As an expert on mitigation banking in southern California, she has helped plan and implement mitigation bank projects for public and private sector clients nationally. Marlene has also worked extensively on restoration and ecological remediation strategies for lakes, wetlands, and open spaces affected by extractive land use and pollution. Her diverse experience has given her a thorough understanding of the business and regulatory components of restoration.

Education

Master of Environmental Science and Management, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, University of California, Santa Barbara

Bachelor of Science, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Minor in Chinese Language and Culture, University of Michigan

Other

Certified Wetland Delineator