Steve Hoppe

Steve Hoppe

TITLE

Project Geologist

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Missouri State University – Springfield, Missouri Bachelor of Science in Agronomy, 2005

EXPERTISE Wetlands Delineation and Soil Science Projects

Geosciences Engineering Inc. ; 2006

Mr. Hoppe served as a Soil Classifier. His responsibilities included:

  • Conducting Phase I Environmental Investigations of soil .
  • Conducting Level III Soil investigations of individual lots.
  • Using Trimble GPS equipment to locate points with sub-meter accuracy.
  • Generating detailed soil maps with AutoCad.
  • Utilizing United States Geological Services (USGS) and Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) topographic maps to research and generate data.

Ken’s Ag Service; 2005 to 2006

Mr. Hoppe served as an Agronomist and Sales person. His responsibilities included:

  • Identifying nutrient deficiencies, diseases, and pesticide damage to plants.
  • Selling Corn, Soybeans, Fertilizer, and Herbicides to farmers.
  • Preparing seed, fertilizer, and chemical quotes for farmers on excel.
  • Maintaining inventories of seed and herbicides and pesticides.
  • Maintaining and loading anhydrous ammonia tanks.
  • Operating fork lifts and skid steer vehicles.

Heartland CO-OP; 2005

Mr. Hoppe worked as a Custom Applicator and his responsibilities included:

  • Custom applying herbicides and pesticides to corn and soybean fields.
  • Maintaining anhydrous ammonia tanks, tool bars, and sprayers.
  • Maintaining herbicide and pesticide inventories.
  • Operating fork lifts and skid steer vehicles.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Technician
PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
  • Member of Agronomy Club at Missouri State Univ ( 2004, 2003)
  • Member of Soil Science Society of America (2005, 2004)
  • Member of Crop Science Society of America (2005, 2004)
  • Attended American Society of Agronomy National Meetings 2004
  • Member of GCSAA (2003-2004)

Note:


    Environmental Images

    A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.
    A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.
    Possible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EA - Stained soils/waterPossible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EA - Stained soils/water
    Possible environmental concerns noted during a Phase I EA - Stained soils/water