Monthly Archive: November, 2015

Fresh Tidal Patuxent River Park

It’s Friday November 27, 2015, the day after Thanksgiving, and it was a beautiful day on the water, with afternoon temperatures reaching to 66-degrees. When we arrived at the boat launch the river… Continue reading

Delmarva Fox Squirrel De-Listed

The U.S. Department of the Interior today announced that due to concerted conservation efforts by states, landowners and others working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel,… Continue reading

Vernal Pool Design/Build

We have a client that requested the design-build of a vernal pool for herpitological (“herp” short for amphibian and reptile) breeding and habitat diversification.  The selected site was formerly a utility hub building,… Continue reading

Aggregate Planting

Successful Tips in Ecological Restoration Mark’s Comment:  The following article addresses a planting practice that I have been utilizing for years in wetland design/build plans.  Both at the time of initial planting and… Continue reading