Blayne Housh studied at Oklahoma State University where he was involved in research with many native fish and aquatic species including the Mena crayfish. Blayne has also assisted in research focused on geomorphology correlations of the Cardinal shiner and Southern redbelly dace. Before working for Reagan Smith, Blayne has worked for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Since becoming an employee for Reagan Smith, Blayne has worked on Federal Applications for Permit to Drill, Biological Assessments, and Endangered Species surveys.
- B.S. in Natural Resource Ecology and Management- Fisheries Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University