For years it was nicknamed “the invisible river.” At best, the Jordan River was known as being neglected, its banks overgrown, its water polluted. At worst, it had a reputation for being a place no one wanted to touch – a river full of old shopping carts, trash, wastewater, and the occasional car or even dead body. For decades, managers of the river have faced a problem that’s twofold: 1) How do we improve the ecological condition of the river?
SWCA is pleased to announce the following promotions:
Mike Crow has been promoted to the position of Gulf Coast Principal for the Houston and Baton Rouge offices. Mike joined SWCA in 2006. He first served in technical and project management roles, eventually moving into the Cultural Resources Director role. In early 2017, Mike took responsibility of both the Cultural and Natural Resources programs in Houston.