Kate Hogle is an Ecosystem Restoration Supervisor for AES’ Hilliard, OH office. She has over seven years of professional ecological restoration experience including thousands of hours of implementation, construction oversight, and environmental monitoring. Kate currently selects and manages contractors in the implementation of Ohio’s Wetlands Reserve Program through the Natural Resources Conservation Service by providing construction oversight, surveying, and final approval of all procedures in wetland restoration.
Kate is well versed in a variety of restoration and reforestation initiatives in a multitude of ecosystems. She provided daily construction oversight for activities including sub- and final-grade approvals, soil placement and grading of soil, and vegetation installation. She has worked with and supervised contractor crews of up to 20 performing such tasks as site preparation, seeding, planting, erosion control, invasive species management, and brushing. She has performed and assisted with wildlife studies, vegetative monitoring, hydrologic monitoring, and wetland and waterbody delinations.
Kate collaborated on a poster entitled “History, Ironies, and Observations on Clean Water in America” that was presented at the International Society of Environmental Economics 2012 Conference in Rio de Janeiro and Ecosummit 2012 in Columbus, OH.