2081 Clipper Park Road Baltimore MD 21211

Ecological Restoration

A pioneer of ecological restoration, Biohabitats applies sound science, engages local communities and employs adaptive management strategies to restore degraded ecosystems.

In many parts of the world, conservation of natural resources may not be enough to sustain the diversity of life on our planet. What is needed now is ecological restoration; ‘the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed’ (SER Primer). At Biohabitats, we believe that ecological restoration is about restoring the future.

Interested in learning more?

Please contact our Ecological Restoration Practice Lead Joe Berg, PWS, CSE.  800.220.0919  

WHAT WE DO

Coastal/Near Shore Ecosystems

  • Tidal Wetlands
  • Beach, Dune, Shorelines
  • Seagrass Beds
  • Shellfish (Oyster Reefs & Mussel Beds)
  • Coral Reefs

Riverine/Freshwater Ecosystems

  • Non-Tidal Wetlands
  • Rivers/Streams
  • Lakes
  • Fish Passage/Habitat/Recovery
  • Mollusk Recovery

Marine Ecosystems

  • Fish Larval Capture, Rearing & Release
  • Coral Reefs
  • Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
  • Fisheries Habitat & Recovery

Forest Ecosystems

  • Deciduous & Coniferous
  • Riparian & Coastal

Grassland Ecosystems

  • Short/Tall Grass Prairies
  • Native Grasslands

Savannah

Arid Lands

Species Reintroductions

Ecosystem Restoration Planning

  • Programming
  • Natural Capital/Ecosystem Services
  • Resilient Coastal Management Strategies
  • Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
  • Invasive Species Management
  • Soil Regeneration & Rehabilitation
  • Wildlife Corridors & Road Crossings
  • Prescribed Burning

Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA)

Mitigation Banking