Monthly Archives: December 2012

ECORP Presenting at the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting in February

ECORP will be presenting “Bilingual Outreach: An Important Tool in Urban Wildlife Management” for the “Urban Wildlife Management and Emerging Issues” technical session at The Wildlife Society-Western Section Annual Conference in Sacramento.  ECORP is sponsoring this conference which will take place from January 28, to … Continue reading

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ECORP Staff Completes BLM Visual Resources Management Training – A Requirement to Analyze Visual Resources in EAs and EISs on BLM Lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing public lands for multiple uses. One of BLM’s responsibilities in managing public lands is to ensure that the scenic values of these public lands are considered before allowing uses that … Continue reading

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Rare Plant Habitat Suitability Models

Under contract with the Bureau of Land Management, ECORP will provide professional services for habitat modeling for rare plant species from the Mojave and Sonoran desert bioregions of southern California (San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Inyo Counties).  These … Continue reading

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ECORP Expanding Services into the Central Valley

ECORP has been expanding its services into the Central Valley.  Earlier in 2012, we were part of the winning team for a multiple year contract with the California Department of Transportation, Districts 6 and 9.  The service area includes the … Continue reading

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