EnviroPlan Partners, LLC

Virgin River Restoration Plan

Project Synopsis Like many rivers in the southwestern United States, the Virgin River had been impacted by the continuous spread of invasive tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) along it's corridor.  The thick stands of trees along the river were contributing to a... Continue Reading →

Biological Surveys and Research

Project Synopsis Natural resource planning and project success assessment often require knowledge of the current status or trends of biological communities. Vegetation, small mammals, breeding bird, and invertebrate communities were studied at the Yuma East Wetlands, a large-scale riparian and... Continue Reading →

Endangered Species Surveys

Project Synopsis To comply with the Endangered Species Act (ESA), projects that may have potential impacts to species listed under the ESA require species surveys for presence/absence, population growth, and trends. The Yuma East Wetlands, a large-scale riparian and wetland... Continue Reading →

Navajo Nation Integrated Weed Management Plan

Project Synopsis In the southwestern United States, the ongoing spread of invasive plants has resulted in significant damage to rangelands, watersheds, and private property.  On the Navajo Nation, the impact of non-native weed species presents a significant problem to their... Continue Reading →

Navajo Vegetation Inventories

Project Synopsis: For the Navajo people, grazing is an important aspect of their culture, seen as a historical tradition symbolizing their connection with the land.  To help manage grazing on the Navajo Nation, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) conducts... Continue Reading →

Tsegi and Nitsin Grazing Management Plans

Project Synopsis The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), Navajo Region is in the process of renewing grazing permits across the Navajo Nation. In order to renew the permits, the BIA recommends that a Grazing Management Plan is prepared. Therefore, the Bureau... Continue Reading →

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