Originally from Santa Cruz, Jack Stobaugh graduated from California Polytechnic University – San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in BioResource and Agricultural Engineering. He has come from a scholarly background that includes working on automation techniques and biomechanical research to streamline and revamp the strawberry harvesting industry. Since joining Sherwood and getting hands on civil and environmental experience in a design engineer role, Jack has designed wastewater treatment and collection systems, and water distribution systems. In addition to design work, he has written waste discharge and technical potable water reports for state and county permitting. His technical experience includes working in AutoCAD, Civil3D, WaterCAD, and other useful software.
Fun Facts: Jack leads an active lifestyle. When he is not outside practicing yoga or playing a game of ultimate frisbee, Jack spends his time playing guitar and reading classic Russian novels.
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