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A diverse team for diverse ecosystems.

Habitat Restoration Design

Your habitat needs from A to Z.

Restoring wetland, riverine and riparian ecosystems takes a range of diverse expertise. Our team of water resources engineers, landscape architects, fluvial geomorphologists, restoration ecologists, and biologists fits the bill and then some. Together we plan, design, construct and monitor restoration projects.

We know from experience that there’s no replacement to rolling up our sleeves on-site to truly understand the breadth of the project. We get out there and utilize technology to dig into the details of your site including:

  • Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling
  • UAV Sensing and Mapping
  • Groundwater and Flow Studies
  • Sea Level Rise Analysis
  • Salmonid Life Cycle Criteria
  • Soil Infiltration Modeling
  • Vegetation Assessments

Collaboration at its finest.

Working hand-in-hand with clients, partners and stakeholders, we’re able to attain the best possible ecological benefits of each project. Our tried-and-true processes and design approaches make sure we do more with less time and money. Consider us your wrangler, coordinating stakeholders, technical advisory committees, landowners, and assisting with grant funding requests. We’re here to bring everyone together for our shared goal of leaving the lands we love better than we found them.

Restoration Expertise:

  • Alluvial Fans
  • Beach Dunes
  • California Red-Legged Frog and California Tiger Salamander Ponds
  • Creeks and Rivers
  • Floodplains
  • Salmonid Habitat
  • Seasonal Wetlands
  • Riparian Zones
  • Tidal Marshes
  • Vernal Pool Complexes
  • Native Grasslands and Oak Woodlands
Why Partner With Us?

Even when things get messy, we have the tenacity to push through. We offer niche services with an integrated team of experts to tackle even the most challenging environmental issues.

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We’re here to lend our expertise and help you achieve your goals.

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Filed Notes

Mitigation Banking at Ridge Top Ranch Provides Habitat for Endangered Frogs and Butterflies
Ecological restoration and sustainable landscape design often share similar goals of improving the health, well-being, and functionality of our ecosystems and landscapes. WRA’s landscape architects have a decades-long practice planning…
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