Natural Resource Management
Resource management refers to our responsibility to ensure that natural resources under our care are conserved to provide a sustained use in the future. Sound resource management requires government agencies (including regional, municipal, provincial and federal) to develop policies that recognize the desirability of multiple uses and place restraints on single purpose uses that are detrimental to other resource values. Columbia understands these policies and works with our clients to provide balanced solutions.
Our areas of expertise includes:
- Riparian Area and Streamside Protection Assessments (RAR)
- Environmental Monitoring and Sediment and Erosion Control
- Environmental Impact Assessments and Species at Risk inventories
- Fish Stream Classification and Fish Passage Culvert Assessments
- Environmental Permitting