MIMULUS BIOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS
Mimulus Biological Consultants, under the leadership of Michele Jones, has been in business since 1996. We specialize in the identification of ecosystems and habitats.
Consultants working for Mimulus are specialists in plant identification and measurement, wildlife identification, and ecological assessment. Challenging ecosystems, such as estuaries, wetlands, and riparian areas are among the many sites in which the company has worked.
Additionally, we employ professional educators, able to work with and train various skill levels and age groups. This combination enables Mimulus to provide a wide range of services:
- Ecological surveys and site assessments
- Stream surveys, including Riparian Areas Regulation (RAR) Assessments
- Environmental impact assessments
- Wildlife surveys, Plant inventories
- Species at risk assessments (SARA)
- Training and Mentoring in environmental field skills (including Wetlandkeepers and Streamkeepers)
Michele Jones, R.P. Bio., M.Sc.
Michele Jones has had extensive experience throughout the province identifying ecosystems and has been training and auditing field crews provincially for over 15 years. She is well versed at plant identification and measurement. She has had extensive experience throughout the province doing inventory work as well as identifying ecosystems and habitat units on airphotographs and in the field.
Michele Jones has taught BC Inventory procedures throughout the province, including RISC inventories such as the VRI. She instructs at North Island College in Courtenay and instructs several programs through Vancouver Island University. She is currently the only Riparian Areas Regulation Assessment instructor in the province. In her spare time, she is a director on the Coastal Invasive Plant Committee, is a certified Streamkeepers and Wetlandkeepers instructor, as well as an instructor at the Wetlands Institute.
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