We have a dedicated and highly skilled team that believe in selfless service to all. We look forward to leading from the heart and leading by example.
Paul Morris, M.Sc.
He completed his undergraduate degree at Waterloo University in biology and then went on to complete his Masters at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Those two years involved intensive greenhouse, laboratory and field research on native plants. After receiving his degree he worked for an environmental engineering firm in Toronto where he researched sources of native plants for restoration projects. Finding a large hole in native plant material supply in Ontario he decided to set out on his own and start a native plant nursery. As the owner of Acorus Restoration, Paul contributed greatly to the organization and vision of the company. His in-depth knowledge of native plants gave him insight into the mass production over 400 species of plants for restoration projects. His extensive experience in wetland and Prairie restoration ecology and conservation biology makes him a leader in the design and planting of restoration areas. In 1997, Environment Canada asked him to co-author a manual on Prairie and meadow restoration. He has successfully run Acorus Restoration from 1995 until 2020 achieving sizeable profits since its third year. His primary responsibilities with Acorus Restoration were as Ecological Consultant, Researcher, Planting Designer, Marketer, Graphic Designer and Horticulturist.
Graduated in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Veracruz, Mexico. Upon completion of his studies in agronomy, specializing in ornamental horticulture, she spent time in nature looking at alternatives to the growing demand in floriculture and her interest in research allowed her to specialize in the field of biotechnology and plant micropropagation. After graduating, she was hired by a company that exported ornamentals, which developed her skills to supervise, direct, and coordinate greenhouses, field areas and personnel. Following this, she created the concept of Green Point Applied Plant Biotechnology, a company dedicated to the development of technologies for micropropagation systems. At that time, she collaborated to direct the tissue culture lab and the area of ecology for one company over 10 years. She developed all the research and protocols for rescue, propagation and management of wild species found. After that she decided to integrate Green Point area landscaping, vertical ecosystems and environmental technologies. This allowed her to simultaneously develop consultation and training in the biotechnology area and create artwork with vertical ecosystems.
Juan Manuel Ortiz
Graduated as an Engineer in Naval Sciences by the Heroic Military Naval School in Mexico, with a military degree as Lieutenant of the Frigate and with various studies in Financial Consulting from the ITESM Campus MTY, expert in Mechanical Engineering, Design of Power Systems, Operation and Maintenance of Turbines and Auxiliary Systems, Participant in Fleet Training Center, US NAVY, San Diego Cal.
After his long experience in the management of naval technology and for his great interest in the development of new technologies, he designs and patents a High-Efficiency, Electromagnetic Integral Power Generation System independent of conventional systems. In his long professional experience, he has distinguished himself as a born leader in the area of finance, team management, project design and now Project Manager at Earth Connection Center.
Directing and Coordinating all projects of Clean Energies, Ecotechnologies, Sustainable Systems and training in the Development of Survival Skills in jungle.
His extensive knowledge in creating new technologies and his ability for diverse facilities, as well as nature observation has inspired him to develop new models for the care, protection and monitoring of flora and fauna species within the Reserve.