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Tom McCubbins

Position: Project Manager
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"The Battle Creek watershed in northern Tehama County is one of my favorite spots. The cool green canyons along its two forks are great places to be during the heat of our summer months!"

Tom has 18 years of experience working for the RCD and for private consulting firms and state and federal agencies. As Project Manager for the RCD, most recently Tom has been conducting CEQA environmental analyses, assisting with fish passage improvements in the lower Antelope Creek watershed, and preparing a grant application to design and implement an erosion and sediment control project along Ponderosa Way in eastern Tehama County. Over the years, he has also managed a number of watershed assessment projects, resource management plans, and wildland fire planning efforts for the RCD. Tom has also negotiated and managed contracts for well drilling, construction services, and environmental remediation.

Geography/Natural Resources BA, CSU Chico
Environmental Planning and Quantitative Methods (graduate level), CSU Chico
Purchasing, Materials Management and Contract Admin Certification, UC Berkeley