Peter's passion for natural resources began well before pursuing a career in law. Having grown up on a farm, he mowed fields and threw hay as a kid, and was bucking mature trees by the time he was in 8th grade. Following college, he went on to manage an agroforestry project within the buffer zone of a UN Biosphere Reserve in Costa Rica. He also worked on a tree removal and logging crew while taking graduate courses in forestry prior to entering law school. With interests that have always revolved around resource management, Peter was eventually drawn toward the practice of law and the opportunities it provided to demand fairness in regulatory settings and help create credible management business solutions for private and public entities alike.
As an environmental and natural resources lawyer, Peter is committed to helping clients secure both certainty and fairness within the regulatory context and profitability and cost effectiveness on the management side.