The ODOT Hazard Tree Debris Removal Monitoring Services team celebrated the end of two years of work on this incredible project, which provided hazard tree assessments, erosion and sediment control oversight, and environmental compliance throughout each of the fire corridors from the Oregon 2020 Labor Day Fires.
Our environmental compliance specialists identified sensitive and regulated resources and worked with a wide variety of contractors and stakeholders to ensure work was conducted in a manner that met our client’s needs and was compliant with all permit conditions. Our staff worked in remote locations and major transportation corridors impacted by wildfires, and assessed and noted sensitive habitat features near waterways, wetlands, and those regulated by federal, state, and local environmental laws.
Our foresters and ISA certified arborists conducted post-fire hazard tree assessments, which included tree inventories, tree risk assessments, and prepared reports on their findings.
The team had an outdoor farewell party, with food and awards for the incredible staff who made this clean up happen. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard on this incredible project.
Our forester’s took a trip to Woodland, WA last week and spent a few hours looking at seedlings we will be planting on several landowner properties we manage. The Lewis River Nursery has seedlings for our Portland, North Bend, Roseburg and Eugene offices.READ MORE
MB&G Foresters out of our Roseburg office had a blast at the Oregon State University Forestry Career Fair last week. Always fun to meet the next generation of foresters.READ MORE
Learn more about The Wildlife Society here. The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference is widely regarded as the largest and most important technical meeting for wildlife professionals and students in North America, perhaps the world. Each year, the conference provides roughly 1,000 educational opportunities for attendees in the form of scientific symposia, workshops, trainings, poster sessions, […]READ MORE