Streamscape Environmental offers a broad range of professional environmental consulting services. From biological surveys and monitoring to Geographic Information System (GIS) support to technical outreach to Spanish-speaking stakeholders, we can help take your project or initiative to the next level.
Streamscape Environmental’s biologists have years of experience conducting biological surveys, habitat assessments, and monitoring in a variety of ecosystems from central Mexico to the Pacific Northwest. Our field biologists have supported small and large-scale projects alike, identifying and monitoring sensitive habitat, nesting birds, and special status species for largescale utility projects, all sizes of development projects, and wildfire recovery areas. Our biologist are also skilled in monitoring construction crews and conducting tailboard meetings/trainings to explain biological constraints, maps, and procedures for resource protection and staging around sensitive areas.
Basic map design to complex spatial analysis. We utilizing a suite of specialized mapping, data analysis, modeling, and imaging tools to help you better understand and visualize relationships, patterns, and trends. One of the most common ways we do this is by combining your data and observations (in any format) with the best available geographic and environmental data sources, aerial imagery, and basemaps to design high quality maps and graphics, fully customized to meet your project’s needs.
One of the more unique offerings of Streamscape Environmental is our ability to meet the growing need for greater inclusion and meaningful outreach to the Spanish-speaking community on technical environmental topics. Our Principal Biologist, Salvador Contreras, is a native Spanish speaker born and raised in central Mexico. He is supported by environmental professionals who previously served as Peace Corps Volunteers in Mexico. Our vast experience in the environment field, skills as educators, and grasp of the Spanish language and technical concepts make us the perfect fit for translating and outreach related to environmental themes, such as climate change and sustainability initiatives.
Working together with a network of partner biologists, Cooper Ecological Monitoring provides a variety of services, including but not limited to: Environmental Compliance (CEQA/NEPA), Biological Assessments, and Protocol Surveys for special-status bird species.
Hamilton Biological conducts endangered species surveys, general plant and wildlife surveys, preparation of EIRs and other CEQA documents, noise monitoring, land planning and management, and independent third-party review of biological reports, impact analyses, and mitigation plans.
The RCDSMM plans and implements restoration projects, conducts monitoring for sensitive habitats and species, works toward recovery of endangered fish populations, and coordinates environmental education programs for learners of all levels.