WRA’s GIS Team to Present at Esri User Conference in San Diego

Esri is the developer of ArcGIS, a mapping software used by private, government, natural resource, and utilities enterprises to asses and model geographical data essential to successful project management, problem solving, and execution. The annual Esri User Conference hosts approximately 16,000 attendees and brings together cross industry leaders from a breadth of fields interested in learning … Continue Reading »

Bike to Work Month at WRA

Each May, WRA team members saddle up to participate in Bay Area’s Team Bike Challenge.  The challenge is a great way for employees to gather around a common goal that promotes a healthy lifestyle, team building, time in the outdoors as well as enjoy the simple pleasure of riding a bicycle. Aligned with WRA’s company … Continue Reading »

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Central Marin Ferry Connection Bridge

On May 20, 2016, the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) and supporting partner agencies celebrated with Marin community members at the opening of the Central Marin Ferry Connection Multi-Use Pathway over Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Larkspur. The new bridge provides a safe and convenient bicycle and pedestrian connection from San Rafael through the Cal Park Hill … Continue Reading »

WRA GIS and Biology Experts Featured in Spring 2016 BayGeo Journal

Two WRA staff members, GIS analyst Michael Rochelle and biologist Tanner Harris, recently authored a feature article in the latest issue of BayGeo Journal. The article, “Bay Checkerspot Butterfly Dispersal Corridor Modeling for Coyote Ridge”, focuses on a case study using GIS corridor modeling to assess potential impacts to a federally threatened butterfly species associated … Continue Reading »

Measure AA Passes for a Clean and Healthy Bay

For the past 35 years, WRA (formerly Wetland Research Associates) has been at the forefront of wetland restoration and research in the San Francisco Bay area. Before our company even began, our co-founder, Michael Josselyn, then Director of San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, was a pioneer of modern scientific research … Continue Reading »