About Our Planning Services

Successfully executing any action requires expert and careful planning. We specialize in developing a wide range of plans that are instrumental in achieving successful environmental outcomes, from conservation and protection to restoration and management. Plans form the backbone of strategic and systematic approaches to various aspects of ecological management, and our expert team can help you design a plan according to your project parameters.
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Types of Planning

Habitat Conservation Plans

Regional or project plans developed on behalf of a non-federal entity pursuant to Section 10 of the federal Endangered Species Act

Natural Community Conservation Plans

Regional plans developed pursuant to the Natural Community Conservation Planning Act (Fish and Game Code Section 2800 et seq.)

Habitat Creation, Restoration, & Enhancement Plans

Plans developed to guide activities to create, restore, or enhance habitat for plants and wildlife

Mitigation Monitoring Plans

Plans developed to identify actions and success criteria for compensatory mitigation for impacts to wetlands, pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act

Species Protection, Conservation, or Monitoring Plans

Plans developed to protect, conserve, or monitor special-status species

Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans

Strategic plans developed pursuant to the Sikes Act (16 U.S.C. 670a-670f, as amended) to protect biological resources on U.S Department of Defense lands

Habitat Management Plans

Plans developed to guide activities needed to manage habitat for plants and wildlife

Weed Management Plans

Plans that identify methods and strategies for managing invasive plant species


Through our work, we support our clients on projects that require knowledge about pertinent state and federal laws, as well as the flora and fauna of the region. Learn more about the species we often see and the regulations that often affect our clients by exploring our resources.