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Davey Resource Group located potential wetland mitigation sites and presented options to AEP.
Davey Resource Group helps the Syracuse, NY, city forester bring together local stakeholders to prepare an urban forestry master plan.
DRG helped developers receive the proper permits for a residential marina project, creating a space that was beneficial to the project as well as the environment.
To enhance the softwood young forest habitat to support young, forest-dependent species, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation contracted Davey Resource Group to plant 15,000 seedlings on approximately 16.2 acres of previously clear-cutted forest blocks.
WSSI was part of the Arlington National Cemetery Millennium Project team. As part of the project, they designed and permitted the stream restoration component that was an integral part and focal point of the aesthetic layout of the expansion.
Davey Resource Group verified, updated, and added new records for an over ten-year-old tree inventory in Buffalo, NY.
Davey Resource Group helped the City of Columbus, Ohio develop its first-ever urban forest master plan to accommodate city growth while combating climate change, earning an Ohio APA planning award in the process.
Recently renamed Patrick Space Force Base balances otherworldly duties with perfectly manicured housing units for the many military personnel and families who live and work on-base.
Davey Resource Group created a UFMP that combined an inventory of the city’s trees and recommendations to strengthen their tree ordinance with a chance for Yuba City residents to engage with the planning process through a photo contest
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc. provided comprehensive natural and cultural resource services and obtained the necessary Clean Water Act permits for the relocation of certain Department of Defense (DOD) agencies during the BRAC initiative at Fort Belvoir.