Our scientists are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. Our services reflect that passion, and benefit from the combined experience of our staff.
While we have experts in various disciplines, we really shine when these scientists work together to tease out solutions that may not be clear when looked at from just a single disciplinary view. In addition to our particular expertise in wetland delineations, or sediment budgets, for example, we also have unique approaches to comprehensive floodplain restoration planning, multidisciplinary hydroelectric relicensing processes, and salmon limiting factors analyses, to name a few.
We will happily help you on a single-issue task, and we will also eagerly tackle the issues that you’re not even sure where to begin.
Most of the projects we tackle have the overall objective of restoring and maintaining healthy, sustainable, aquatic ecosystems and native fish populations
From rare plant surveys to restoration programs, we find sustainable and long-term solutions for your habitat management needs.
We support our clients to efficiently and effectively navigate the regulatory processes by identifying key questions that we address with targeted and sound scientific investigations. Our integrated approach emphasizes consensus-based decision-making among stakeholders.
Blocking fish? We can help you plan, design, and provide fish passage over migration barriers.
Our water quality expertise ranges from point samples to large-scale TMDLs.
We use established survey protocols and innovative technologies to monitor sensitive wildlife populations in the field and develop programs to protect or restore these populations.
Using spatial data analysis, we'll provide you with an understanding of the processes and mechanisms for what we observe in the field.
Let us help you effectively and efficiently navigate the details of environmental regulations, permits, and compliance to get your project off the ground.
We provide everything from planning to on-the-ground implementation of river and wetland restoration with the goal of improving habitat conditions that are long-term and self-sustaining in the most cost-effective and environmentally beneficial manner.
Urban watersheds pose a unique management challenge of balancing public safety with regulatory requirements and overall ecosystem health.
Using our modeling and biological expertise, we can help you predict potential downstream impacts of removing dams, including flood risk, and help guide stakeholders to agreement on removal alternatives.
Our interdisciplinary expertise can help navigate the large-scale morphological and biological issues that affect this constantly changing landscape.