Education & Technical Training

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Chesterfield County Rain Gardens

Chesterfield County Rain Gardens As part of Chesterfield County Environmental Engineering department’s educational outreach, a series of public rain garden demonstration projects and workshops were conducted. Ecosystem Services provided design services for five rain gardens including the Clover Hill, Enon, Midlothian, and LaPrade libraries and also one at Pocahontas State Park. These projects were [...]

Soil & Water Conservation District BANCS Training

Soil & Water Conservation District BANCS Training Environmental professionals and state agencies constantly have to train to keep up with the rapidly evolving disciplines that govern our work. Ecosystem Services was asked to prepare a workshop for the Virginia Soil & Water Conservation District’s annual training session. The topic was how to assess eroding [...]

UMW Outfall Restoration

UMW Outfall Restoration Ecosystem Services partnered with Koontz-Bryant, P.C. to provide stormwater retrofit and stream restoration upgrades on the campus of the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. The University’s stormwater runoff flows to Hazel Run, a tributary of the Rappahannock River. UMW prepared a stormwater master plan for the Fredericksburg campus and [...]

Edith J. Carrier Arboretum at JMU

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A stream and wetland restoration project was designed and permitted by Ecosystem Services, LLC to help meet both the MS4 pollutant reduction goals of JMU and aesthetic and educational goals of the Arboretum. Outreach and environmental education was provided to JMU faculty staff, students, and others ...


AVINTIV Project Ecosystem Services was approached by AVINTIV (formerly “The Polymer Group, Inc.) in the early spring of 2014. AVINTIV had experienced the loss of key personnel and Ecosystem Services was contracted to provide on-call environmental consulting services to maintain compliance. While AVINTIV has a small environmental footprint for being one of the world’s [...]