Native Habitat Maintenance
The foundation for successful habitat restoration projects is early implementation of effective habitat maintenance. We have the right tools in place to meet the regulatory agency success criteria including—expertise in native and non-native plant identification, soil conditions, temporary irrigation systems and BMP installation and maintenance. By implementing adaptive management techniques as-needed, we guide our projects to a successful conclusion.
We have licensed pest control advisers and multiple employees holding Qualified Applicator Licenses. We can legally determine the best management approach for each species and implement control procedures in the most efficient, effective and legal manner. Our crews are trained with extensive knowledge of non-native species control in sensitive environments.
Pest Control and Resource Protection
We use the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach by evaluating the full range of potential pest management solutions to determine the ideal approach to pest control. From exclusionary fencing to trapping, our crews can respond quickly to preserve sensitive resources.
Irrigation and Supplemental Watering
Our staff has years of experience designing, building and maintaining supplemental irrigation systems to facilitate habitat establishment. Additionally, we design and execute remote watering systems using our own water trucks to supply supplemental watering in arid environments to augment natural rainfall.
We have designed, installed, maintained and monitored extensive best management practice/stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) measures for a wide variety of sites. Our staff includes Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSDs) and Qualified SWPPP Practitioners (QSPs) to develop and inspect erosion and sediment control devices in compliance with project SWPPPs.
Our team members document any vandalism or unauthorized access that occurs and consults with the client before repairs are made to arrive at the best and most cost-effective solutions to solve the problem.
Trash and Debris Removal
We have a wide range of tools and equipment to deal with any situation, including buckets and trash cans, burlaps, trailers (from one-yard to 40-yard dumpsters), pick-up trucks, CAT 287 skid steer, blowers, and other tools and equipment.
What We Do
Our restoration expertise provides the right staff and equipment to meet permit requirements.
- Erosion Control
- Irrigation and Supplemental Watering
- Pest Control and Resource Protection
- Trash and Debris Removal
- Weed Control