Mitigation and Conservation on a Landscape Scale
Committed to restoring and conserving America’s streams, wetlands, and wildlife habitats.
Westervelt Ecological Services (WES) is dedicated to providing mitigation and conservation solutions across the United States.
Established in 2006, WES has conserved over 28,000 acres of habitat for the benefit of over 50 federally or state protected plants and animals. To reach our conservation goals, WES collaborates with private landowners, businesses, land trust organizations, non-profits, and government entities.
Miles of Stream Restored
Acres Conserved Nationwide
Mitigation and Conservation Banks
Our Mitigation and Conservation Banks
WES works with a variety of industries nation-wide to provide mitigation and conservation solutions to meet state and federal permitting requirements. WES has successfully established over 27 mitigation and conservation banks that supplied stream, wetland, and species credits to our clients. WES has provided credits to energy companies, builders, transportation agencies, and water resource agencies.
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A Message from Westervelt Ecological Services
To Our Clients, Agency Staff, and Partners,
Over the past several weeks, we have made adjustments to how we operate to continue to provide for the safety and health of our employees, our contractors and vendors, our customers and other partners, along with their families and loved ones. Changes in our operations have included implementing a no-visitors policy across the Company, social distancing and disinfecting standards, some remote work assignments, and education about how to stay safe and healthy during the current pandemic.
We are proud of our legacy of innovation, dating back more than a century. In the current pandemic situation, our employees found new ways of leading, connecting and communicating that kept our Company as a leader in our industry.
As we begin to see a return to normal operations, we’ll continue to follow recommendations of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure health and safety. Our employees are returning to office locations as appropriate, but we still have a no-visitors policy in place. Any contractors who work with us are required to complete a questionnaire and meet specific criteria to help keep everyone in the workplace safe and healthy.
WES staff are available to discuss your projects or any questions. Thank you for your continued support, and stay safe.
Greg Sutter, General Manager and Vice President