What We Do

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We offer a range of environmental services!

  • Environmental consulting services
  • Identifying wetland boundaries
  • Fish and wildlife habitat creation and restoration
  • Assessment of wetland functions
  • Species at risk monitoring and research
  • Public outreach, stewardship and education

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Are you planning a project near a wetland, shoreline, or watercourse?

We offer free initial consultations!

Please contact us to set up an appointment. 

Our Mission

Ecological Research

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We are dedicated to the "Ecosystem Approach" method, that is, using the most appropriate science to determine the ecological function of an impacted system, rather than targeting the recovery of one or two species.

This will help us ensure that; 

1) the most appropriate application of ecological restoration methods, and 

2) sustainable use of the restored ecosystem is maintained in a balanced and equitable way. 


Leadership and Mentorship

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Our priorities are to mentor students, technicians and biologists in the "ecosystem approach" method, develop new tools to enhance efficiency in biological data collection, and continue to provide expert advice, stewardship, and public outreach.


Collaboration

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Our mission is to maintain a thorough understanding of up-to-date scientific research, governing policies and land owner goals when developing unique approaches to land management and habitat restoration.  

We achieve this by maintaining collaborations with several organizations, including government, non-government,  community groups, and academic parties.


 


Our Solutions

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We take a multidisciplinary approach to solving issues around land management and restoration of degraded ecosystems.  


There is always a solution!

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 A well balanced ecosystem approach provides a positive outcome, so that future generations can enjoy what we have today.  

 

"A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community. 

It is wrong when it tends otherwise." - Aldo Leopold