Stuart Siegel, participates in advisory panels for restoration projects, regional natural resources planning, and applied sciences projects.
We participate in and coordinate grant-funded, large-scale ecosystem research designed to improve our collective understanding of aquatic system functioning and restoration techniques.
Effective regional planning requires accurate, spatially-explicit information placed in a framework of changing human resource demands. Relevant data come from diverse disciplines including hydrology, soil science, geology, biology, biogeochemistry, geography, and engineering.
We carry out the full range of services from earliest project phases to post-construction monitoring, including acquisition support, feasibility assessments, site characterization, designs from concept to engineering plans and specifications and bid packages, permitting and environmental review, stakeholder outreach, construction management, and grant support. All our projects apply knowledge from our regional planning and applied conservation science foundations.