A letter from Executive Administrative Assistant, Michaelle Longhoffer When Westervelt Ecological Services (WES) was founded in 2006, I was hired as their first Administrative Assistant. In the beginning, there was only a handful of employees, but over the years we have grown to more than 30 staff in Sacramento. For the first 10 years, I
Bear Creek Mitigation Bank is comprised of approximately 3,000 acres of wetland mitigation northeast of Panama City, Florida. Located within Bearthick Swamp, the bank is in a high priority ecological corridor that connects the Apalachicola National Forest to other large conservation areas, including the Econfina Creek Corridor and Eglin Air Force Base. Follow the story
WES is excited to Welcome Tyler Bell to the team! Tyler Thigpen Bell is the Restoration Ecologist for Westervelt’s Rocky Mountain Region Office in Denver, Colorado. She joined the Westervelt Ecological Services team in March 2020 and her responsibilities include mitigation/restoration project planning, establishment, permitting and compliance, monitoring and reporting in the Rocky Mountain Region.
February 26, 2020- “The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is the most valuable estuary and wetland ecosystem on the west coast of North and South America. It is also a highly engineered and managed system, one that demands creative approaches to restore its declining freshwater environment while continuing to serve as the hub of California’s water supply. When combined with strong governance and best available science, ecosystem-based management – a holistic approach that considers the full array of interactions within a system – holds tremendous potential for both restoring the Delta and improving the reliability of statewide water deliveries…”
Nashville, Tennessee – Feb. 24, 2020 – Westervelt Ecological Services (WES) now has an office in Nashville. WES has expanded to Middle Tennessee, one of the fastest growing regions in the country. Sean McGary who has more than 12 years of experience with WES…
When Jessica Daugherty joined our Western Region team as the new Business Development Manager, I knew the region had found the right person for the job. Jessica came with a strong resume as the previous Assistant Director at Placer Land Trust where she served for 11 years, taking the organization from a startup nonprofit to
BY: Chloe Lewis, Rocky Mountain Region Project Planner/Business Development Associate Westervelt Ecological Services’ Denver office is pleased to announce the approval of the Big Thompson Confluence Mitigation Bank. This is the first Mitigation Bank approved on Colorado’s Front Range in 20 years! With accelerated development around the state of Colorado, this Bank offers a proactive