Assessment

VDACS

VDACS
Our certified Nutrient Management Planner was contracted by the Virginia Department of Agricultural and Consumer Services to write urban nutrient management plans for all the Department’s facilities within the Commonwealth of Virginia. Their offices range from as far southwest to Wytheville and as far east to Melfa on the Eastern Shore. Project activities included soil […]

Wytheville Stream Assessment

Wytheville Stream Assessment
Ecosystem Services partnered with Gay and Neel, Inc. to perform a restoration assessment of approximately 14,820 linear feet of Cedar Run in Wytheville, VA. The assessment included an existing conditions analysis, prioritization of restoration opportunities, a restoration alternatives analysis, and a discussion of potential funding opportunities. Cedar Run is a perennial stream and […]

Moores Creek Stream Assessment

Moores Creek Stream Assessment
Ecosystem Services was contracted to perform a stream restoration assessment of approximately 4.5 miles of Moores Creek in Charlottesville, VA. The assessment included an existing conditions analysis, prioritization of restoration opportunities, a restoration alternatives analysis, and a discussion of potential funding opportunities. A conceptual restoration plan was also prepared for a stream […]

Clinch and Powell Rivers

Clinch and Powell Rivers
Ecosystem Services was contracted by the Nature Conservancy of Virginia to delineate the Waters of the U.S. on recently purchased properties on the Clinch and Powell River in Washington and Lee Counties, respectively. These properties contain significant frontages on the Clinch and Powell Rivers, as well as endangered ecosystems endemic to the […]

Linville Creek

Our project in the Town of Broadway, VA is a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) funded project in partnership with the Town of Broadway and Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District (SVSWCD).

Bergton Watershed Restoration

Bergton Watershed Restoration
Our project in Bergton, VA is a partnership with Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute to conduct a watershed assessment and restoration plans on 17 miles of streams and rivers to restore critical wood turtle and trout habitat, and to improve water quality through the reduction of in-stream erosion […]