Who We Help

Reconnecting communities to the natural world.

We work with public, private, and not-for-profit clients to restore and regenerate life-supporting ecological processes.

Whether you are with a local municipality needing help with stream restoration, a college campus seeking to integrate ecology into your master plan, a conservation organization developing a continental habitat corridor, or a designer pursuing high performance project certifications such as LEED, Living Building Challenge, and SITES,  Biohabitats can help you.

The staff at Biohabitats are knowledgeable, leaders in the environmental field, and always provided products above expectations.

— –Steve StewartFormerly of Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability


Areas of Discipline

municipal, state, federal, tribal, regional

We help agencies and institutions at all levels of government to serve constituents by protecting natural resources that strengthen community resilience and improve the quality of life. Whether you represent a municipal, state, tribal, federal, or regional government, we can help you.

View our Federal IDIQ Contracts


Areas of Discipline

sustainable land development, renewable energy, corporate campuses, urban revitalization, large landholders

We help forward-thinking, private landholders to achieve their goals while enhancing local ecology, conserving resources, and integrating the built and natural environment. We also help allied designers who are pursuing high performance project certifications such as Living Building Challenge, LEED, and SITES.

Biohabitats was instrumental in making our zero water waste goal a reality on our first Living Building project. We depend upon their no-nonsense and creative approach to help us make tough decisions as they relate to prioritizing water strategies — getting the biggest benefit from what is often a limited pool of resources.

Bob HarrisPartner,
Lake|Flato Architects

Biohabitats’ ability to combine ‘out of the box’ solutions to the urban waterfront with a desire and capability to engage the public has been a real asset.

Laurie SchwartzPresident,
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore


Areas of Discipline

environmental & conservation organizations, environmental & social justice organizations, academic & research institutions, health & wholeness institutions, zoos & aquariums, land trusts

We help advance the missions of community and environmental not-for-profit organizations of all sizes. From grant procurement, to community engagement to project execution, we work side-by-side with those at the forefront of positive change.