Bradley Philips (left) and Travis Gasnier of GBMc & Associates are both graduates of Bumpers College’s Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences.
Bradley Phillips, Principal Owner and Principal Investigator at GBMc & Associates, is the guest speaker for an open conference with the U of A’s Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Club.
Its subject is “An overview of environmental consultancy and recent projects from GBMc & Associates”.
GBMc & Associates is a multimedia environment consulting firm based in Bryant, Arkansas. GBMc partners with the regulated community to provide practical, sustainable and cost-effective environmental solutions, as well as environmental and regulatory compliance support to industrial and municipal customers as well as Fortune 500 companies nationwide.
Phillips is a former county extension worker. He received his Masters in Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences from the University of Alberta in 2000. Travis Gasnier is also a conference speaker. Gasnier is an environmental scientist with GBMc and a U of A alumnus, earning his bachelor’s degree in environmental, soil, and water science in 2011.
The CSES Club is housed in the Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences at Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences.
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