Robin Clark Registered Professional Forester  

Robin Clark
Registered Professional Forester (RPF)

Kimberly Dowell
Natural Resource Consulting Assistant

Robin grew up in Richmond and moved to the west side of Vancouver about 40 years ago. With his extravert personality and love of people, Robin has a diverse network of connections and is well known for his ability to make introductions. As the owner of his own natural resources consulting business for the past 20 years, Robin has developed clients in industry, government and over fifty indigenous and First Nations communities.

Robin gained his status as a Registered Professional Forester in 1990. He has extensive experience in curriculum writing, teaching, training, and tour leading – especially with a wide variety of audiences. Robin has written and taught courses on boreal and temperate forest ecosystems and taught Aboriginal land stewardship and forest management in First Nation communities.

On his spare time, Robin leads tree identification walks around Vancouver.

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Kimberly grew up in Ontario and moved to Vancouver after finishing university. She holds a Master’s degree in Forest Conservation from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from McMaster University.

Kimberly loves to travel, and in her final year of studies, she participated in a 2-week conservation course in Ghana. 

In addition to her position at Robin B. Clark Inc., Kimberly works part-time as a Environmental Volunteer Coordinator, where she hosts environmental restoration activities for the public.

When she’s not working, she can be found hiking Vancouver’s trails, heading to her local yoga studio, or exploring the city’s thrift shops.


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Ivan Gayton
Ivan Gayton spent 12 years restoring forest ecosystems in Canada with Brinkman & Associates Reforestation and RBC Inc.  He subsequently spent 13 years with Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) using what he had learned in Canada helping to save lives, alleviate suffering, and restore dignity in conflict zones in Africa, Asia, and Europe.  An avid geographer, Ivan co-founded the Missing Maps project ( while working with MSF, and continues to support the project as a volunteer.  He now works with an innovative, humanitarian ethics-driven financial tech startup,, bringing financial services to the poorest people in Africa.