Creating a Forest Management Plan

Forest looking into green meadow

by Danielle St. Cyr | June 5, 2020 Forests in the United States provide a number of resources we use in our everyday lives. From timber and cultural resources to habitat for wildlife and countless recreational activities, it’s clear we … Continue reading

Restoring Stream & Wetland Ecosystems

bog turtle

April 14, 2020 GreenVest is dedicated to restoring stream and wetland ecosystems through designs focused on achieving targeted ecological lift and systemic function. One of the many ecosystem services of a wetland is a supportive habitat utilized by many different … Continue reading

Resiliency Planning

resiliency planning

by Doug Lashley (GreenVest President & CEO) | March 16, 2020 The impacts of changing meteorological conditions and rising tides can no longer be talked about as a future challenge. Every day across the country communities are being ravaged at an … Continue reading

Connectivity is the Key to Success

mattawoman creek

December 17, 2019 Circa 1608, as per the maps of Captain John Smith, Mattawoman Creek, or Mataughquamend in Algonquin, translates to “where one goes pleasantly.” Thanks to current restoration efforts, that statement holds true today. The Mattawoman Creek Mitigation Site … Continue reading

Benefits of Riparian Buffers

mullica river mitigation bank

by McKenzi Heger | September 17, 2019 Riparian buffers can benefit our environment in many ways. From preventing erosion to abating flood and storm damage and providing vital wildlife habitat, these vegetated riparian buffers are important to maintaining and improving … Continue reading