For a more thorough overview visit the Oregon Wildfire Debris Management Task Force’s story map: Step 2 Cleanup Progress (arcgis.com)
May is National Wildfire Awareness Month, and after two years of work the ODOT Hazard Tree Debris Removal Monitoring Services project is nearly complete. This project involved the cleanup of debris caused by the 2020 western Oregon wildfires, and MB&G has been at the forefront of the hazard tree evaluation and removal process, providing hazard tree assessments, erosion and sediment control oversight, and environmental compliance throughout each of the fire corridors. As the project wraps up, the entire team has completed clean up on 3,012 lots, removed 89,160 hazard trees, and removed 158,689 tons of ash and debris to date. We are humbled knowing that as this cleanup comes to an end, more families can start the rebuilding process and get back in their homes.
Our California Forestry Team has been out in the field performing planning for the implementation of vegetation management in the forest setting. While out roaming the area one of our registered professional foresters came across a few things of note that are particularly relevant reminders during Wildfire Awareness Month. While walking the area, we came […]READ MORE
MB&G is excited to announce we have adopted a section of Highway 22 that we will maintain as part of our established community service program. This section of Highway 22 has a particularly sentimental meaning for our team as it is where our field work started on the ODOT Hazard Debris Removal project in the […]READ MORE
Read the latest Timberland Market Update here. As part of our partnership with the Global Consulting Alliance, MB&G helps create the Timberland Market Update with six other firms from around the world. This quarterly newsletter gives an economic update on timber worldwide. The Global Consulting Alliance welcomes Russ Taylor Global as a new member to […]READ MORE