Sarah B. Skigen-Caird

Ecology Division Manager/Senior Environmental Scientist


    M.S., Environmental Science & Policy, Johns Hopkins University
  • B.A., Environmental Studies, Bates College

Training and Certifications

    Wetland Delineator/404 Permitting
  • ISA Certified Arborist SO-6152A (2008 present)
  • Adult First Aid/CPR
  • Masters Certificate in Environmental Conflict Management and Resolution, European Peace University, Austria

Sarah Skigen-Caird is the Ecology Division Manager for the Denver, Colorado, ecology practice and an environmental scientist with over 16 years of professional experience within both the public and private sector. As project manager she has developed, designed, and implemented large-scale land use management plans and water quality programs.

Ms. Skigen-Caird has worked extensively with aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, vegetation and wildlife surveys, aquatic resource delineations, restoration of disturbed systems, and biomonitoring study design. Her experience includes field training with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the National Audubon Society for conducting avian surveys and monitoring. Additionally, she has experience with permitting related to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), as well as design and implementation of study plans for CWA 316(b) compliance for power generating and manufacturing facilities.