All Habitat Team
David Roach is an innovator in the field of aquatic, wetland and upland habitat management. He has 15 years experience in both vegetation management and public health mosquito management programs and holds commercial supervisory pesticide applicator licenses for categories of Aquatic Pest, Right of Way, Bird, Mosquitoes and Biting Flies, and Public Health in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York. David works collaboratively with manufacturers and government scientists to develop highly effective, wise use prescriptions. He likes to keep a fresh coat of mud on his boots and volunteers as a board member for the Madison Land Conservation Trust.
Luke attended the University of Vermont concentrating his studies on Environmental Science and Mathematics. He holds supervisory licenses and operator licenses in Connecticut and Massachusetts as well as certifications with OSHA. He specializes in terrestrial and wetland invasive species management and restoration planning. He oversees the vegetation management department as well as partners with David to supervise and plan sediment removal and construction projects.
Tanya received her B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Environmental Science from Southern CT State University in 2004. She then began her career in the field of mosquito research and monitoring at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. She spent several years as the maize genetics laboratory supervisor for the University of Florida before returning to CT and the mosquito field. Tanya has been the mosquito coordinator for All Habitat Services since 2016.
(August 14, 1992-January 4, 2018)
It is with great sadness that we share news of Samantha Wysocki’s passing. Samantha was the soul of our Aquatic Management Team for many years. She will be sorely missed. Our hearts ache for Cheryl, Rob, Melissa and all Sam loved. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Samantha obtained her B.S. from Westfield State University in 2014, wherein she studied Environmental Science and Geographic Information Systems. She took part in a research project for the Town of Russell, Massachusetts assessing the plant community at Russell Pond, of which she was a contributing author. From 2013 to 2014, Samantha was a research technician in the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station’s Invasive Aquatic Plant Program. She conducted vegetative plant community assessments on lakes and ponds throughout Connecticut.
Over the years, Samantha has been involved in numerous community outreach programs and has participated at the NEAPMS, CCNR, and CIPWG symposiums. She also holds both a Connecticut-state boating license and a CT-state pesticide applicator license.