Our Team

Walter Iman

Wally Iman has been working in the area of environmental real estate acquisition, development and
restoration for over 20 years. Beginning his career in land brokerage and auctioneering in 1975, his
current focus is project selection and approval for MITICO and its contractors. Additionally, Wally
continues to lead the MITICO team in planning and directing MITICO’s environmental legal counsel, staff
biologists, environmental and construction contractors to maximize the reach of MITICO’s important
contribution to stream and wetland restoration in Missouri, Illinois and Iowa.

wally@miticomo.com

Matt Roth, B.S.

Matt is a certified soil scientist and is responsible for wetland delineations, mitigation design and planning, and mitigation bank development and construction. He has been involved with wetland regulations for 18 years. During those 18 years he has implemented and assessed wetland projects in Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, and Texas. He is a member of the Society of Wetland Scientists and Missouri Association of Professional Soil Scientists. Matt received his BS in agronomy from Missouri State University.

matt@onsitesoils.com

Zach Morris, M.S.

Lead biologist Zach Morris holds a BS in Wildlife Biology from Missouri State University and a master’s degree in Natural Resource Science and Management from the University of Missouri. Zach’s background in aquatic conservation includes agency, university, and non-profit projects focused on management, scientific research, and advocacy. As lead biologist, Zach is responsible for mitigation planning and coordinating implementation and management of biological and habitat components of Mitico’s projects.  Zach works closely with Conservation Counsel Eric Dannenmaier to navigate the complex regulatory framework of 404 Clean Water Act (CWA) Mitigation and other CWA programs. He also works closely with conservation partners across Missouri to expand the reach and ecological lift of mitigation and other restoration projects. This includes a focus on native, wildlife friendly vegetation, sustainable restoration practices, and developing management plans that will best enhance the aquatic resources at each project site.

zach@miticomo.com

Stephanie Fenzl, B.S.

Stephanie obtained her BS in Wildlife Biology and Undergraduate Certificate in Environmental Education from Missouri State University in December of 2019. She has worked to conserve wildlife in different settings through scientific research and public education. Stephanie promotes Mitico’s restoration services through communication with landowners and conservation organizations. She will also assist Zach in the planning and implementation of habitat restoration on project sites.

stephanie@miticomo.com