The Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams has added Ed Hubert and Brad Loveless to its Board of Directors.
Hubert has 24 years experience as an environmental scientist and consultant and has worked at Tetra Tech since January of 1992. He has managed environmental and water resource projects for EPA and NOAA at the national level and has been involved in both public and private project in Kansas.
He is a certified hazardous materials manager and is involved in numerous professional organizations.
Loveless was born and raised in Ohio and received a Bachelors' degree in Zoology from Ohio State and a Master's degree from Kansas University working on fish feeding behavior.
From 1985 to 1997 he worked at Wolf Creek Nuclear Plant focusing on development and management of the cooling lake fishery and managed their Environmental, Safety, and Fire Protection groups.
Since 1997, he has worked in Topeka with Westar's Environmental Services group.