Bill Stoll has 15 years of professional experience in ecological assessment and management of natural, disturbed, and restored areas. He also has extensive project management experience on large-scale ecological studies and restoration projects.
His work as a consulting ecologist includes natural resource assessments, vegetation monitoring, wetland delineations and permitting, threatened, and endangered species surveys, design of comprehensive restoration plans, and shoreline and stream restorations. Large-scale project experience includes design and management of reclaimed surface mine and landfill sites and conservation development sites and creation of assessment reports and management plans for urban greenways, preserves and parks.
Stoll currently manages a project for a mining company to develop a Habitat Conservation Plan for four threatened and endangered species in the lower Des Plaines River valley in Illinois.