Brady Green is an aquatic biologist with over 40 years’ experience, including 26 years with the US Forest Service. Earlier in his career he worked with the California Department of Fish and Game, US Fish and Wildlife Service and the US Geological Survey in various aquatic systems in Northern California.
Brady has also worked in numerous Pacific Northwest aquatic systems with adult and juvenile salmonids including all five native Pacific salmon, steelhead and resident rainbow trout, sea-run and resident cutthroat trout and native char (bull trout and Dolly Varden). He’s worked with other fish species including sensitive, threatened and endangered fish populations in Oregon and Washington.
For the past 11 years Brady has served as an environmental consultant for various private, public and nonprofit entities. Many projects have focused on recovery efforts of both threatened and endangered salmonid species in Washington, Oregon and Northern California rivers systems.