Principal and Founder
Senior Ecologist

Kristoffer J.G. Dramby, CWB, PWS, CE founded Dramby Environmental Consulting, Inc., (DEC) in 2008 and has over 10 years of extensive experience in the environmental consulting field. Mr. Dramby received his graduate certificate from Virginia Poloytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech) in Natural Resource Management in 2004 and received his B.S. in Biology, with a concentration in Wildlife Biology, from Towson University. Mr. Dramby has also taken additional graduate coursework from North Carolina State University in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences. Recognized as a Certified Wildlife Biologist, Professional Wetland Scientist, and Certified Ecologist, Mr. Dramby has a passion for natural resource management, wetland ecology, and wildlife management.

As senior ecologist with Dramby Environmental Consulting, Inc. he has worked extensively throughout the Southeast, Northeast, and Midwest regions conducting, supervising, and preparing technical reports on various ecological surveys under multiple federal and state-level regulation requirements, including (among others), the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, and projects that require Federal Section 404 Permits and State 401 Certificates. Mr. Dramby's expertise lies within the wetland and stream ecology and wildlife management fields. As a senior ecologist, he coordinates all tasks related to individual projects with a focus on ecological services and regulatory permitting. He has been directly involved in hundreds of field surveys covering a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines, has performed as the crew leader on many projects in addition to training field staff in the applicable methodologies and data collection methods, as well as coordinating with clients and regulatory agency personnel. Mr. Dramby's experience ranges from individual projects to countywide assessments including work throughout the United States.


    Wetland & stream delineation and analysis
    Wetland and stream mitigation monitoring
    Threatened & Endangered habitat and presence/absence surveys
    Rare and protected plant surveys
    Wildlife & Fisheries studies
    Forest and wildlife management plans
    Benthic macroinvertebrate identification & analysis
    Regulatory 404/401 permitting/NEPA compliance/Agency coordination


    North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
    Post-Baccalaureate Student
    Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences Concentration

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia
    Graduate Certificate, Fall 2004
    Natural Resource Management

    Towson University, Maryland
    B.S., Fall 2000
    Biology, (Concentration in Wildlife Ecology)