Since 1976 we have also conducted projects for which threatened, endangered, or sensitive plants were a major concern. These projects ranged in scope from small clearance surveys for a single species to large-scale, multiple-species surveys across several states, to detailed long-term ecological studies of individual species.
Furthermore, as required under the National Environmental Policy Act, most of our EIS/EA projects have included a threatened, endangered, and sensitive plant component. For many projects vegetative habitats have also been assessed for their value to wildlife. Wildlife- and vegetation-related services are listed below.
- Baseline Inventories
- Biological Assessments
- Ecosystem Analyses
- Habitat Assessments
- Habitat Evaluation Procedures
- Habitat Mapping
- Impact Assessments
- Mitigation Planning
- Planning (restoration, enhancement, and protection of resources)
- Vegetation Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys
- Wildlife Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys