Christian LeJeune is a hydrologist, water resource specialist, natural resource planner, long-term ecological researcher, and environmental educator. He maintains an Individual Dual-Master’s Degree from The University of New Mexico (UNM) in Water Resources (Hydroscience option), and Community and Regional Planning (Natural Resource Emphasis), and a B.A. in American Studies with a focus on the Southwest. With over 15 years of academic and work experience, he has gained knowledge from a broad range of disciplines including: hydrology, ecology, biology, soil science, botany, water and natural resource planning, watershed management, limnology, geology, historic preservation, archeology and forensic anthropology/pathology.
Wetwater Environmental Services (WWES) was founded in 2008 and specializes in floodplain, riparian and wetland ecosystems research and monitoring, stream restoration, and water quality investigations. WWES also develops and manages long-term ecological monitoring programs in which students and community members participate in data collection with scientists. WWES is registered with the Federal System for Award Management (SAM), and has Federal business certifications of HUBZone with the U.S. Small Business Administration, and Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) with the Veteran’s Administration.
Professional services are facilitated by using the latest technology for project efficiency and cost effectiveness. WWES is committed to strict quality-control standards, professionalism, initiative, safety, customer satisfaction, contractual deadlines and environmental ethics. WWES works for government, non-profit, and private-sector entities. WWES owns equipment and maintains insurance for all services, and is available to perform work throughout the United States and internationally.