Julie McKim

julieJulie McKim recently moved to the Adirondacks from Alaska.  With over 11 years of professional experience, Julie is an expert in biological resource assessment and impact analysis, NEPA compliance, and environmental permitting.

Julie has extensive experience with rehabilitation and revegetation of tundra wetlands on Alaska’s North Slope, including leading the first tundra sod overwintering project.  Her projects have ranged throughout the state of Alaska, including a variety of ecoregions from the rainforest to the arctic.  She has worked for both private industry and federal regulatory agencies on many complex, multidisciplinary projects requiring a high degree of organization and coordination.

With a background in Watershed Science, she has experience with environmental impact statements and environmental assessments ensuring that potential impacts to wetlands, water bodies, vegetation, soils, and land use are properly analyzed.  Julie has coordinated with state and federal regulatory and resource management agencies, providing necessary scientific information and project background to inform regulatory decisions that allow her clients to achieve their objectives.  Julie has a passion for making informed decisions that protect the environment in compliance with state and federal regulations.

When not working, Julie enjoys exploring the Adirondacks with her husband and dog and quilting with a local quilting guild.