John Marsh
A policy analyst, attorney, and scientist, John has extensive work experience developing solutions to controversial and complex natural resource projects and issues. He is an expert at federal, state and local regulatory compliance and processes that effectively provide compliance. John specializes in helping clients develop policies and strategies for regulatory compliance that are effective, efficient and legally defensible. John is the President of Marsh Consulting LLC established in 2011. Before that he was with a prominent regional consulting firm for over 12 years serving as the Director of the Endangered Species Program and a Trustee for the company ESOP. Prior to that he spent 14 years with the Northwest Power Planning Council (now known as the Northwest Power and Conservation Council). At the Council he served as the Production and Habitat Manager for the Fish and Wildlife Program and worked on all aspects of regional salmon recovery planning, including artificial production, habitat protection and restoration, fish passage, water quality and quantity, and other environmental issues. John also worked for over six years for the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission as a fisheries ecologist and Enhancement Act Coordinator for the four member tribes.
  • Oregon State University, B.S. Fisheries Sciences, 1977
  • Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, Juris Doctorate, 1985
  • Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, 1985
  • American Fisheries Society, Certified Fisheries Scientist, 1987
  • Oregon State Bar, Active Member, 1986
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