• Ecological Restoration

    Restoring the Natural Habitat

Northern California Ecological Restoration Consulting

Northern California is known for its remarkable natural resource landscape which provides habitat to many sensitive terrestrial and aquatic species. Rural development continues to threaten the ecosystems which provide habitat to our sensitive species. Ecological restoration is the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed by human interaction.

The importance of restoring of streams and wetlands continues to become more evident as California understands the demand for healthy aquatic environments. Our team designs natural functional restoration projects to address water quality issues, habitat enhancement, mitigation, and permit requirements.

We integrate our knowledge of northern California biology, water quality management, and forestry to produce environmentally responsible solutions to restoration throughout Mendocino, Lake, Sonoma, and Napa Counties.

Our goals are always to balance environmentally sound and ecologically conscious techniques with economically viable long-term solutions.

Core Services

Sediment catchment pond with little island in the middle

Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration

Northern California is home to large scale agricultural operations in rural forest lands. Improper site management practices have led to major environmental degradation. Our team is capable of planning and obtaining the appropriate permits necessary for cleanup and restoration. We use our knowledge of forest, aquatic, and wetland ecosystems to restore rural natural conditions.


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Two culverts that were not installed properly

Stream and Stream Bank Restoration

Many streams throughout northern California have lost their ability to support natural functions such as providing critical habitat and flood control by impacts to the balance or sediment and discharge. Our scientists employ a multidisciplinary approach in design and implementation of restoration projects which include, stream bank stabilization, erosion monitoring, and crossing maintenance and design. The use of established environmentally sensitive techniques for stream bank restoration revitalize degraded systems to improve ecological functions.


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Oak woodland with yellow wildflower bloom

Fish and Wildlife Remediation Plans

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