Natural Resources Management
Our wildlife biologists, botanists, arborists, foresters, landscape architects, and habitat restoration specialists provide science-based analysis to help you balance the preservation and stewardship of natural resources with a community’s growth and infrastructure development needs.
Plan, Protect, Preserve
We provide expertise to design, permit, and build projects involving habitat conservation planning, habitat creation and restoration, land management, and natural resources planning. Our project experience ranges from restoring and protecting a few acres of wetlands to managing multiple species habitat conservation plans that cover thousands of acres.
Discover, Assess, Manage
We thoroughly and efficiently monitor, document, and manage biological, arboricultural, and water resources to ensure resource treatment is compliant with regulations and to support state and federal permitting and environmental documentation.
Our methodologies and techniques help clients balance sometimes competing preservation and development goals. In an ever-changing regulatory environment, we stay on top of requirements, so you can meet your objectives in a timely, compliant, and sustainable way.
What We Do
Our multidisciplinary in-house specialties allow us to provide efficiencies that maintain project momentum.
- Aquatic Biology
- Biological Engineering Design
- Biological Monitoring and Assessment
- Habitat Restoration Design, Mitigation, and Monitoring
- Stream and Wetlands Restoration
- Urban Forestry
- Cannabis-Related Impact Evaluation And Planning
- Land Management
South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan and Aquatic Resources Plan
The SSHCP provides development and infrastructure projects with streamlined, predictable federal and state permitting processes while creating a preserve system to protect habitat, open space, and agricultural lands.
City of Irvine
See how we help the City of Irvine create and maintain living, working, and recreational areas that are safe, vibrant, and aesthetically pleasing.
San Marcos Unified School District Biological Mitigation
The District developed ambitious plans to preserve the wetlands and to translocate the plants to a 7.6-acre preserve surrounding the school on two sides.