River Center Lecture Series – Presentation by Harper Carroll
Join us at the River Center for our monthly lecture series!
This month we are featuring Harper Carroll, Fire Manager for Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resources Management, to present about “Prescribed Fire: The Spark of Life.”
Prior to the lecture a light lunch is provided.BOOK NOW!
Registration is required to attend this program.
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Can’t make it to this event? Join us at our next lecture on Friday, May 3rd .
Harper Carroll has been with the Palm Beach County (County) Department of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) since 2004 and has over 20 year of experience in ecological restoration and natural resource management.
He is currently the Fire Manager for ERM’s Natural Areas with over 12 years of burning experience, responsible for leading the implementation, planning and management of prescribed fire and fuels management activities for Palm Beach County’s 31,000 acres of Natural Areas. In addition to managing the prescribed burn program, he also is lead land manager of Pine Glades Natural Area. Prior to becoming the County’s Fire Manager in 2016, Harper managed the ecological restoration of Cypress Creek and Loxahatchee Slough Natural Areas. Prior to obtaining his employment with ERM, Harper began his career working at the South Florida Water Management District’s on the Kissimmee River Restoration Project. He received his BS in Biology from Loyola University, New Orleans in 1996, his MBA in Environmental Science from FAU in 2001 and a MS in Forestry Resources Conservation from the University of Florida in 2015.