Author Archives: ECORP Consulting, Inc.

About ECORP Consulting, Inc.

ECORP Consulting, Inc. has assisted public and private land owners with environmental regulation compliance since 1987. Find out more at www.ecorpconsulting.com. ECORP Consulting's mission is to consistently deliver high-quality environmental consulting services through outstanding science and timely, creative solutions for our clients, while providing an excellent work environment for our staff.

Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order N-54-20 Addressing AB 52 and CEQA Notification Requirements during COVID-19 State of Emergency

On April 22, 2020, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-54-20 to address the need to extend certain government functions and legal requirements as a result of the March 4 State of Emergency regarding COVID-19. This included, among other things, a suspension of … Continue reading

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ECORP Assists Hangar 24 Charities with Airfest! 2019

ECORP Assists Hangar 24 Charities with Airfest! 2019 Earlier this year, ECORP assisted Hangar 24 Charities with discounted and pro-bono environmental services to facilitate the 2019 Airfest! at Redlands Municipal Airport.  The annual event raises money which is donated to … Continue reading

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ECORP Welcomes Christina Torres

Christina Torres joined the ECORP Biological Resources Group as an Assistant Biologist in the San Diego office. She graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology. Upon graduation, she spent some time in … Continue reading

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South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan – Updates

The SSHCP is adopted, and all new projects (ministerial and discretionary) within the SSHCP Plan Area will need to be evaluated to determine if the SSHCP applies. Most projects will be subject to SSHCP requirements unless they have valid existin g … Continue reading

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Newly Retired, Ever Admired Roger Mason, Ph.D., RPA Director of Cultural Resources, Emeritus

Archaeologist, Principal Investigator, Author, Leader, Mentor.  These are a few of the things we think of when we think of Roger Mason. 36 Years Cultural Resources Management; 836 Projects, and a Million Proposals while at ECORP. It is with mixed emotions … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Plan for California Tiger Salamander Surveys!

As we enter our rainy season, now is the time to plan for qualified biologists to assess your project site for California tiger salamanders. These native salamanders are found in grasslands and woodlands in parts of central and coastal California. They … Continue reading

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Change is Good

OUR SAN DIEGO OFFICE HAS MOVED NEW ADDRESS: 3838 CAMINO DEL RIO NORTH, SUITE 370, SAN DIEGO, CA 92108 Feel free to stop by and check out our new office and visit with staff! OUR SANTA ANA OFFICE HAS MOVED … Continue reading

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Marin Meza and Thea Fuerstenberg Serve on the Board of WTS

Marin Meza, Senior Biologist/Project Manager, and Thea Fuerstenberg, Senior Archaeologist , are 2019 Board Members of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Sacramento Chapter. Marin is a continuing Board Member and is co-Chairing the fundraising position, which involves raising funds for the WTS Foundation … Continue reading

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Angela Haas and Caroline Garcia Serve on the Board of The Wildlife Society

Angela Haas, Associate Biologist/Assistant Project Manager, is the Conservation Affairs Committee Chair of the Sacramento-Shasta Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Angela has been a member of the Chapter since 2018 and is Chairing the conservation committee position, which involves coordination … Continue reading

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Governor Newsom Addresses Housing Crisis

On January 10, Governor Newsom introduced his 2019-2020 budget proposal to the Legislature. Governor Newsom’s  budget proposes $2.3 billion for new housing, including $1.3 billion in incentives to cities and counties for permitting and planning new homes and supporting local … Continue reading

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