Wetlands & Ecology


  • Wetland Delineation & Assessment
  • Threatened & Endangered Species Surveys
  • Site Development Feasibility & Permitting Strategies
  • Federal, State, County & Local Permitting
  • Alternative Analysis
  • Wetland Mitigation Design & Implementation
  • Natural Area Planting Design, Specification
  • Best Management Practices (BMP) Design & Implementation
  • Mitigation, Monitoring & Management
  • Regulatory Enforcement Cases
  • Wetland Policy Consultation
  • Expert Testimony
  • Ecological Construction & Restoration:
    – Invasive Species Weed Control
    – Prescribed Burns
    – Native Seeding & Planting
    – Mowing & Weed Whipping
    – Irrigation of Plantings
    – Tree Clearing
    – Native Area Monitoring & Reporting

Knowledge in action: That’s the key to making sense of the science behind wetlands and ecological projects. V3 Wetlands & Ecology team has decades of experience addressing wetlands and ecological projects of all sizes, employing time-tested approaches to science, policy, permitting, approvals, design and implementation. Our people serve as the bridge between our clients and the regulatory bodies, balance aesthetics and economics and effectively manage the most complex components of development. Our scientists, engineers and construction professionals provide turn-key delivery methods that often result in significant performance, schedule and cost benefits to our clients. Design/build/manage…we do it all in house.

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I was always outside as a kid...playing in the creek, fishing, catching frogs. Later in life I decided to pursue a career working in nature. Turns out, I was able to find a career working in a field that I love, doing things I would do for free as a volunteer. There’s a tremendous amount of satisfaction in designing and implementing creative ecological solutions and restoring the land back to its natural state.

Keith Jones, Project Manager/Senior Ecologist

I love being outdoors and being in nature. I would say the thing I love most about my job is getting to watch live organisms in nature; like, just being able to look at flowers…I would do that for 50 hours a week if I could. We work as a team to provide wetlands 401/404 permitting and wetland mitigation, which, ecologically, are so important to natural resources.

Landon Vine, Project Scientist