Fish Ecology, Offshore Wind, and Suburban Farming with Justin Krebs
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Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick!

On today’s episode, we talk with Justin Krebs, Vice President, Offshore Wind Program Manager, and fish ecologist at AKRF about essential fish habitat, and offshore wind. He also gives us some notes on how one home project turned into his growing suburban farm. Read his full bio below.

Be sure to listen for Tobie the Podcat, as he makes his debut near the end of our interview.

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Showtimes:
1:47 - NAEP Member Shoutouts
2:57 - Nic and Laura chat about NAEP benefits
10:50 - Interview with Dr. Krebs starts
15:56 - Essential Fish Habitat
22:28 - The Basics of Offshore Wind
25:12 - Field Notes: Lightning Almost Strikes
30:13 - Justin's Farming Adventures

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Connect with Dr. Justin Krebs at
https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-krebs-ph-d-b008576/

Dr. Krebs' Full Bio:
Dr. Justin Krebs is a Vice President, Offshore Wind Program Manager, and fish ecologist at AKRF. He has over 2c0 years’ experience as an environmental consultant and research scientist. Dr. Krebs provides clients and teaming partners with technical and regulatory guidance to support sustainable human activities while contributing to the conservation of biodiversity in coastal systems, focusing on fish and fish habitat. Over his career, he has evaluated the potential impacts of changing land use, construction of transportation infrastructure, waterfront development, operation of power plants and hydroelectric dams, and construction and operation of offshore wind farms on the ecology of aquatic systems.
 
Music Credits
Intro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace Mesa
Outro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs Muller


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