David Coleman | Project Manager and Co-Owner
David is the Managing Member of Shenandoah Habitats, starting the company in October 2019. Since receiving his degree in Environmental Science and Biology from Ferrum College in 2000, David has focused on hardwood reforestation projects with non-profit conservation organizations as well with private landowners through USDA subsidized programs. In addition to project planning and planting, a majority of the projects included chemical site preparation and post-project follow up to manage invasive species and promote the success of the newly established forest.
As a lifelong outdoorsman with a special interest in conservation, David has particularly enjoyed working with clients such as the Ruffed Grouse Society, National Wild Turkey Federation, Virginia Deptartment of Game and Inland Fisheries, and US Fish & Wildlife Service.
While not working together on the daily operations at Shenandoah Habitats, David and his wife, Elizabeth, stay busy with their three beautiful daughters that keep them on the go with school, sports, and traveling.
As an outdoor enthusiast, upland bird hunter, and wildlife specialist, David has the unique opportunity to take his passions and put them to work for you.