Who We Are
Biodrawversity is an ecological consulting and communications firm based in western Massachusetts. We strive to develop lasting relationships with our clients by providing prompt personal service, straightforward project management, and high-quality deliverables. We are a certified small business.
Where We Work
We work in aquatic, wetland, and upland ecosystems of northeastern North America. We have completed more than 300 projects in the region from Maryland to Maine.
What We Do
We are experts with the region’s rarest freshwater mussels and other invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, plants, and birds. We inventory, research, map, and monitor both endangered and invasive species. Our team skillfully conducts statistical and spatial analyses using state-of-the-art software, including ArcGIS. We help prepare and review permit applications for projects that affect endangered species or their habitats, and work with clients to manage, restore, and protect rare species and other natural resources. Our reports, publications, and presentations are scientifically rigorous and aesthetically exceptional, and well received by both technical and non-technical audiences.
Who We Work For
Our client base includes state and federal natural resource agencies, conservation groups, industries, and engineering/consulting firms. We have earned a high level of credibility with, and have worked directly for, state and federal natural resource agencies throughout the Northeast. This strong reputation has allowed us to significantly expand our services to industry clients, particularly in the energy and transportation sectors who value our niche specialties, responsiveness, and ability to efficiently provide high-quality products that impress even the most discerning regulators. We have consulted for projects associated with transportation infrastructure, transmission lines, pipelines, water withdrawals, hydropower operations and FERC compliance, dam removal, river restoration, lake and reservoir management, land protection and development, and pollution assessment.