Michael Meihaus, MLA — Restoration Program Manager
Michael Meihaus is the Restoration Program Manager for FPC in Flagstaff, AZ. He Joined FPC in March of 2015. Michael was born and raised at the confluence of the Mighty Mississippi and the Big Muddy Missouri rivers, in Saint Louis, MO. The "Gateway to the West" has led him to all corners North America and beyond. He recently relocated to Flagstaff for work at FPC by way of Texas Hill Country, the Olympic Mountains, and the Chihuahuan Desert. Michael received his Masters of Landscape Architecture from Kansas State University in 2009, where he studied natural systems, design, and urban stream restoration. He brings a breadth of experience from his work as a designer, planner, nurseryman, and biological science technician. In 2013, he spent two years working on the Elwha River Restoration Project for Olympic National Park, where he assisted with propagation, planting, and monitoring of the re-vegetation effort for one of the National Park Service's largest on-going ecosystem restoration projects. Along with an eye for photography and a knack for botany, Michael brings a tenacious spirit for riparian and wetland restoration to FPC.