Monthly Archives: October 2013

ECORP Staff Participates in Heritage Park Community Service Day!

A group of ECORP staff members participated in Heritage Park Community Service Day! Heritage Park, created by volunteers in just four hours, was established to commemorate the City of Redlands 125th Anniversary (1888-2013).┬áPrior to the Community Service Day, ECORP performed … Continue reading

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ECORP Staff Participate Farm Days in El Dorado County Farm Day

Recently, more than 1,000 third grade students from throughout El Dorado County┬ádescended on the El Dorado County Fairgrounds for the 12th Annual Farm Day. Sponsored by El Dorado County Ag in the Classroom, it was an opportunity to help kids … Continue reading

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The Southern California Biological Resources Group is Growing!

We are proud to announce that Michael Tuma has joined ECORP’s Redlands Office as Senior Biological Program Manager. Michael is a Certified Wildlife Biologist (CWB) and a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) with more than 25 years of experience as a … Continue reading

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ECORP Puts Oak Trees to the Test

Several cities and counties, including the County of Los Angeles, have oak tree ordinances (Section 22.562090 of the Los Angeles County Code) which prohibit cutting, destroying, removing, relocating, inflicting damage, or encroaching into the protected zone of any oak tree … Continue reading

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Making History Come Alive

ECORP’s architectural historians focus primarily on evaluating the historical significance of buildings and structures. In addition to evaluating historic-period resources for the National Register of Historic Places and California Register of Historical Resources, ECORP has recently launched several exciting new … Continue reading

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Should You Be Thinking About California Tiger Salamander Surveys?

As the rainy season is approaching, now is your chance to plan for potential endangered species issues on your project. The California tiger salamander is found in grasslands and woodlands in portions of Central and coastal California. They breed in … Continue reading

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Watch Out for Wildlife – ECORP Conducts Wildlife Corridor and Crossing Studies

Awareness of wildlife movement corridors and crossings awareness has become a major focus of conservation efforts over the past 10 years. This awareness was recently highlighted during “Watch Out for Wildlife (WOW) Week” a result of a partnership between Caltrans … Continue reading

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