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Biodrawversity provides consultation and research for a number of public and private clients, including state and federal natural resource agencies, conservation organizations, commercial and industrial clients, and private landowners. Studies are typically executed for clients who must comply with permit conditions issued through the regulatory review of projects that may affect endangered species, or for clients who fund research to inform the conservation and management of endangered species and their habitats.
damTransportation Infrastructure
Endangered species surveys, mitigation, and monitoring for construction projects associated with railways, roadways, bridges, and culverts. Typical clients include highway departments, engineering firms, and construction companies.
Tagged MusselState and Federal Natural Resource Agencies
Applied ecological and endangered species research conducted for state and federal natural resource agencies. We have worked with all New England states, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware, as well as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

damEnergy Industry
Ecological and endangered species surveys, mitigation, and monitoring for hydroelectric projects, transmission lines, pipelines, wind turbine sites, and power plants. FERC licensing and compliance. Typical clients include hydroelectric and other energy companies, dam owners, engineering firms, and consulting companies that lack endangered species expertise.
Conservation Groups, Non-Profits, and Citizens
A variety of ecological and endangered species services for conservation groups, non-profit organizations, and landowners in New England, typically at reduced rates. Clients include land trusts, watershed associations, The Nature Conservancy, outdoor education centers, and private citizens.
Natural resource inventories, endangered species surveys, mitigation, and monitoring for a broad variety of development projects. Most projects occur along riverbanks and lakeshores, near wetlands and vernal pools, and in upland areas. Typical clients include developers, commercial and industrial clients, marinas, municipalities, and state agencies.