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Our mission is to provide exceptional service and expertise driven by a passion for the natural world.

We uphold a great standard for our code of ethics and processes while tackling complex natural resource challenges.

We take pride in our amazing, passionate, and multidisciplinary technical experts, who allow us to help guide clients through the complexities of our everchanging environment and the laws and regulations that protect it.

We work to encourage innovation and exceptional natural resource services to help clients meet their project goals.

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We have another pet appreciation post for you! This is Bubby (dark orange) and Pete ( blonde). Both boy tabbies that are the sweet fur babies of our very own Piper Roby, PhD. I know I said sweet, but let's be honest, Bubby kinda looks like he wants to be an only child with that glare. πŸ˜¨πŸ‘€ ... See MoreSee Less

We have another pet appreciation post for you! This is Bubby (dark orange) and Pete ( blonde). Both boy tabbies that are the sweet fur babies of our very own Piper Roby, PhD. I know I said sweet, but lets be honest, Bubby kinda looks like he wants to be an only child with that glare. πŸ˜¨πŸ‘€

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Cats named Pete know they got it going on.

This Wednesday we wanted to share some words of wisdom from our forestry tech, George Barnett, "The first week or two of June is the perfect time to get out and collect Serviceberries! As the common name eludes to, the berries ripen in June and becomes a gorgeous red-purple-black color. Finding Serviceberries with pounds of fruit is a common occurrence, especially if the trees are in full to partial sun, in my experience. The Serviceberry is a shrubby tree species that I can’t wait to plant on my own property one day in the future. It’s a wild food crop in its own right. For the delicious fruits that my family and all the incredible wildlife enjoy and share in this complicated ecosystem, we thank the Serviceberry and hope you all get the chance to harvest some to enjoy this season. Serviceberries have a flavor profile of blueberry and an apple combined with their seeds resembling flax in my opinion. My favorite way to eat Serviceberries is stuffing my face at the tree but we did make some into a jam and used it as a filling for homemade Reese Cups. I hope you all get to experience them and if so, let me know what you think!" πŸ’πŸ˜‹ ... See MoreSee Less

This Wednesday we wanted to share some words of wisdom from our forestry tech, George Barnett, The first week or two of June is the perfect time to get out and collect Serviceberries! As the common name eludes to, the berries ripen in June and becomes a gorgeous red-purple-black color. Finding Serviceberries with pounds of fruit is a common occurrence, especially if the trees are in full to partial sun, in my experience. The Serviceberry is a shrubby tree species that I can’t wait to plant on my own property one day in the future. It’s a wild food crop in its own right. For the delicious fruits that my family and all the incredible wildlife enjoy and share in this complicated ecosystem, we thank the Serviceberry and hope you all get the chance to harvest some to enjoy this season. Serviceberries have a flavor profile of blueberry and an apple combined with their seeds resembling flax in my opinion. My favorite way to eat Serviceberries is stuffing my face at the tree but we did make some into a jam and used it as a filling for homemade Reese Cups. I hope you all get to experience them and if so, let me know what you think! πŸ’πŸ˜‹

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That's an impressive haul!

Where can I get some???

Continuing with our fur baby appreciation allow me to introduce Barry! His dad is Price and Price has had him for 8 years now. He actually found him under a porch while on a project doing a bat survey. Our people at this company have a deep love for animals and wildlife and it shows! It's so heart warming. β€οΈπŸ’žπŸ• ... See MoreSee Less

Continuing with our fur baby appreciation allow me to introduce Barry! His dad is Price and Price has had him for 8 years now. He actually found him under a porch while on a project doing a bat survey. Our people at this company have a deep love for animals and wildlife and it shows! Its so heart warming. β€οΈπŸ’žπŸ•

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Cute dog, but tell Price that under a porch is not the best place to do a bat survey πŸ˜‰

Hi Barry!

Barry!

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