Seth Asare, PhD, P.Eng. Dr. Seth Asare is an accomplished professional Water  Resources,Environmental and Agricultural Engineering  Consultant with over 25-year experience in project &  program planning, design, implementation and  management in agricultural, natural resource   management, and environmental compliance  infrastructures. He is also skilled in the development,   (design, implementation & management) of soil and water   conservation technologies that are appropriate for climate   smart agriculture and natural resources management. As   a private consultant, he has been providing technical   expertise in irrigation, agricultural and roadway drainage,   natural resources and watershed management, soil   erosion and sediment control to private and governmental   organizations in Africa (Ghana & South Africa), North

America (Canada & USA), Asia (Singapore) and the Middle East (Saudi Arabia). Some of Dr. Asare’s clients   include: University of Guelph, Canada; CH2M HILL (Now  Jacobs Engineering), Portland Oregon, USA; Washington  State Department of Transportation (WSDOT); The  Presidency of Meteorology and the Environment,  Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS).

Dr. Asare served as the lead storm water design consultant for Washington State Department of  Transportation in a US$48 million roadway interchange project in Vancouver Washington, USA. In a recent  USAID sponsored assignment, for ACDI/VOCA, Dr. Asare conducted agricultural land assessment of 994- acre farmland for Akandem Farms Ltd (AFL) and over 3000 outgrowers in Sandema, Upper East Region of  Ghana. After a thorough field investigation, he provided detailed climate smart agricultural practices and  natural resource management recommendations to improve productivity of corn, rice and other crops that  minimize negative environmental effects and create a more balanced ecosystem for AFL and his outgrowers.

He is currently the CEO of Environmental Soil & Water Engineering Consultants (ENSWEC) a private  consulting group with offices in Ghana and the USA. Dr. Asare had his Masters’ and Ph.D. in water  Resources and Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph, Canada, and B. Sc. in Agricultural  Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana. He  is also a member of the American & Canadian Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.