Tim Kramer is a Project Manager for SIG’s Forest Carbon Team. He is responsible for the development of forest carbon projects and is involved in all aspects of project design, implementation and credit sales. Tim is an environmental scientist and planner by training with an expertise in terrestrial carbon dynamics, landscape ecological processes, resource management, and land use planning. He has over fourteen years experience managing a broad range of natural resource compliance and restoration projects for federal, state, and private clients in the public and private sectors. For the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Tim oversaw a program of work to develop a basin-scale aquatic species restoration and flood impact reduction strategy. While working for AECOM Alaska, he managed a diverse range of complex and controversial environmental compliance projects. Tim has served as the program manager for extensive recreation and visitor use studies, led large stakeholder engagement and tribal consultation programs, and consulted on federal land management efforts. Tim is a certified Project Management Professional and has a Master of Environmental Science from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Tim is based out of Olympia, Washington.