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Nicole Greenfield

I became an environmental planner after several years working to support ecosystem restoration efforts throughout California, from the Sierra Nevada to the coastal cities of San Francisco, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles. I pulled invasive weeds, grew native plants, and educated the public about the importance of our state’s biodiversity. These days, I support clients through the CEQA/NEPA process, helping to disclose and minimize the environmental impacts of their projects. My role centers on preparing environmental documents and technical analysis, managing project delivery, and coordinating with interdisciplinary teams of designers, engineers, and technical specialists. My favorite projects are ones that promote the sustainability of our environment and communities—namely wildfire resilience and recovery, recreation and open space, alternative transportation, and affordable housing projects.

When I’m not working, you can find me paddling with my outrigger canoe team, playing tennis, cooking up new recipes, and planning my next trip.

Environmental Planner
Notable Projects

National Park Service Woolsey Fire Disaster Recovery Project EA, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

Board of Forestry and Fire Protection Project-Specific Analyses under the CalVTP Program EIR

Santa Monica-Malibu USD John Adams Middle School Campus Improvement Project


BA, Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley

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