Theodore A. Hartsig, CPS
Senior Soil Scientist / Natural Resources Restoration
Theodore Hartsig brings over 30 years of experience in natural resources management and restoration, including extensive experience in stormwater management and ecosystem restoration to Forester University. As a certified professional soil scientist, Hartsig has contributed to the development of soil and plant management strategies in both urban and rural landscape projects, including research and design of stormwater infiltration systems in BMPs, plant establishment and maintenance, and construction techniques to develop and maintain successful, sustainable soil profiles. Hartsig's experience includes working with the professional design teams for the design and construction of native landscapes at the George W. Bush Library in Dallas, the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Arch) in St. Louis, soils for native landscapes at Notre Dame University, and redevelopment of Tulsa's Riverside Park. Hartsig has developed and conducted several workshops for the design and construction of stormwater BMPs, native landscapes, sustainable cities, and soil restoration and management. Hartsig has a B.S. in Biology / Plant Physiology from Northern Arizona University (1978) and M.S. degree in Soil Science from Kansas State University (1984).