Cody Reis has worked on restoration and conservation projects for PCI since 1999. He has progressed from an unskilled laborer to foreman. He has been involved in a wide variety of restoration implementation projects including: fish passage, stream channel and off channel habitat creation, bioengineered bank repairs, natural swim ponds, floodplain enhancement, native revegetation, small and large-scale rainwater harvesting projects, complex irrigation systems, landscape installation, and erosion control. He is an experienced equipment operator and sawyer. He has also served as the designated biological monitor and assisted PCI’s biologists with capture and relocation of threatened and endangered species on many projects.