Contributor Profile: Clayton J. Antieau

Name: Clayton J. Antieau


Affiliation: Clay currently works for the City of Seattle's Seattle Public Utilities as a permitting and environmental review specialist, and previously as Lead Planner in implementing the Habitat Conservation Plan for the City's municipal drinking water supply (Cedar River Watershed). He has a history of leadership in several non-profit organizations, including Washington Native Plant Society, SERNW, TREEmendous Seattle, and Washington Trails Association.

Background: Certified in the Use of the 1987 Wetland Identification Manual, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, WA; 1993

Tropical Botany Field Course, University of Florida and Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami, FL; 1988

Ph. D. Candidate, Horticulture and Botany, Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington, Seattle; 1987

M.S., Horticulture and Botany, Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington, Seattle; 1985

B.S. With Highest Distinction, Horticulture Department, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; 1981 Clay Antieau is a horticulturist, botanist, and environmental scientist who enthusiastically combines these disciplines to offer unique abilities and perspectives in education, restoration science, and consulting. As a horticulturist, he has more than 35 years of experience cultivating plants for edible uses and ornament. More than 34 of these years represent Western Washington experience. He is expert at plant identification and in the selection and design use of horticultural plant materials. As a botanist, he specializes in the identification and ecology of Pacific Northwest native plants and their habitats, particularly rare and ornamental species, and grasses and sedges. As an environmental scientist, he specializes in the biology and regulation of Pacific Northwest wetlands and the restoration of Northwest habitats.


Photographs: 1,291 (browse photos)

Taxa photographed: 549

Photo Copyright Statement:
All photographs copyrighted by Clayton J. Antieau may be used without prior permission for strictly personal use or classroom instruction. Prior permission is requested for any other usage, whether educational, non-profit, or commercial, including books, printed material, computer programs, web sites, or any use in which the photos will be publicly accessible.