What We Do

What We Do

Overview

Overview

The experience of our staff encompasses a wide range of biological and design disciplines required to perform high-quality work on ecological projects. We apply our expertise in wildlife ecologyrestoration ecologyplant ecologyfish and aquatic ecology, and landscape architecture in pursuit of our mission to create ecologically sound solutions to our client’s complex natural resource challenges. 

Below is a summary of some of our services. Please call or email us for more information, or you can read more by following the links below and to the left:

Environmental Analysis

  • Reconnaissance surveys
  • Environmental assessments
  • Biological resource sections of EISs and EIRs
  • Third-party technical reviews
  • Coordinating among agencies and facilitating public notification and involvement
  • Analyzing environmental challenges during conceptual design and planning phases
  • Assisting state and federal agencies in implementing strategic joint planning efforts

Permitting

  • Wetland delineations
  • Functions and values assessments
  • Biological assessments
  • Wetland and riparian mitigation and monitoring plans
  • Clean Water Act Section 404(B)(1) alternatives analyses
  • Essential Fish Habitat and fish passage assessments
  • Resource management plans
  • Mitigation plans and specifications

Restoration Design

  • Comprehensive restoration services
  • Mitigation planning
  • Harsh site restoration

Landscape Architecture and Planning

  • Site analysis
  • Park and open space plans and design
  • Trail plans and design
  • Master plans
  • Bid support
  • Preparing construction documents
  • Construction support
  • Post construction biological monitoring and reporting

Compliance Support

  • Preconstruction surveys
  • Creating and implementing compliance programs
  • Training
  • Monitoring conditions during and after construction 

Conservation Planning

  • Habitat conservation plans
  • Natural community conservation plans
  • Implementing conservation and management plans

Ecological Research