Federal: USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
- AZ: planning, design, and training for multiple field offices and personnel on riparian restoration and upland wildlife habitat management
- NM: Coordination with NM state biologist on riparian conservation plans, environmental compliance, and Endangered Species Act
- NV: federal contract to train state biologist and field staff on biological planning and conduct spring development inventory and design
- Arizona Game and Fish Department
- Inventory, planning, and design of Riparian restoration on private lands
- Training new Specialists for the Landowner Incentive Program
- New Mexico Association of Conservation Districts
- Inspect proposed projects for compliance with the Endangered Species Act throughout New Mexico
- Design fish passage for irrigation headgate structure replacement on Mimbres River
- Conduct Chiricahua Leopard Frog Surveys
- Assist the NM Game and Fish Department on Chihuahua Chub surveys
- Yavapai Apache Tribe:
- Biological Assessment for hot asphalt plant
- Conservation plan for riparian restoration along Josephine Wash
- Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT): Conservation plan for riparian restoration along Colorado River, guidance on raptor pole design
- Riparian site evaluation and planning guidance to San Carlos Apache Tribe
- Training to Northern Arizona University (NAU) field crew on surveying methods and fluvial geomorphology descriptions of stream channels for New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse study.
- Guidance and product editing for an NAU-based team developing multi-species habitat evaluation models.
- Project development and coordination of University of Arizona study on grazing effects on riparian systems and Southwestern willow flycatcher habitat.
- Peregrine falcon monitoring on the San Juan River for NAU.