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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.
Environmental Permit Coordination & Bird Monitoring For Mason Inlet Relocation Project, Wrightsville Beach, NC
Davey Resource Group experts used their regulatory knowledge and environmental expertise to assist with the relocation of the Mason Inlet to mitigate erosion risks for nearby residential and commercial properties and infrastructure.
DRG served as the lead consultant for environmental site investigations, design, permitting, implementation, and monitoring of the Bachelors Delight Stream and Wetland Mitigation Bank in North Carolina.
DRG performed wetland delineations, assessments including endangered and threatened species surveys, obtained required State environmental permits, and developed restoration and mitigation plans for the project.
Davey Resource Group performed shoreline stabilization, habitat restoration and native planting along 1.5 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline.
DRG restored a 4,018-foot segment of the Blue Creek Stream in Toledo, OH after an assessment found the area to be eroded, nutrient loaded, and unable to sustain aquatic wildlife.
Removal of riparian vegetation and urbanization within the Griswold Creek watershed has caused increased runoff, elevated water temperatures, and increased water flows. DRG worked with Geauga Parks District to restore the stream, improve habitats, and increase floodplain storage.
DRG converted concrete basins into stormwater ponds with lush native plantings for the Landings at the Glen subdivision in Glencoe, Illinois.
DRG completed a three-phase project for Presbyterian Homes that restored 900+ linear feet of shoreline to reduce erosion and promote a healthy, native ecosystem.