Kaveh Karimi, M.S.

Software Engineer
(541) 757-0687

Kaveh grew up and lived most of his life in Tehran, Iran, where he got his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. After working in automation and software development for power distribution systems, he moved to Sweden to pursue further education. There, he completed master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Engineering, as well as significant coursework in Sustainable Development.

After moving to the US in 2013, Kaveh developed software to help small scale farmers and food producers manage farm operations and local business relationships.

Kaveh loves solving puzzles and riddles, and he enjoys programming because it has many of the same characteristics. He enjoys traveling, hiking, photography, and adventurous cooking. He loves gardening and hates lawns. At home, he and his wife try to model sustainable alternatives to household infrastructure, from their composting toilet and rocket stove to small-scale biogas projects.


USDA Bottomland Hardwood Forest Project
CBI is collaborating with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Farm Service Agency to produce an online application depicting ecological and economic features across Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands in Mississippi.
Enviro Risk Screening Tool for China
CBI is partnering with the Paulson Institute, the Foreign Economic Cooperation Office of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of China (FECO), and the state of California to provide FECO with an Environmental Risk Screening Tool.
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CBI to partner with USFWS, Refuges Lands Division and North Pacific LCC to develop the interactive, web-based Willamette Valley Conservation Study Viewer.

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