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Environmental Planning

Our fundamental goal at Terrawest Conservancy is to provide the best environmental planning solutions to our clients by adapting to decades of experience to unique nature resource challenges encountered on the landscape. Terrawest provides these services throughout the project life cycle including planning and permitting, construction, operations, and closure phases of our client’s projects. Our experienced staff has prepared CEQA and NEPA analyses and documentation for projects across California, Idaho, Colorado and Wyoming, and provides the highest quality service backed by a team of expert biologists, landscape architects, and GIS professionals as well as various technical subconsultants.


Environmental Impact Statements

Minimizing environmental impacts is a goal of every project, but all projects face unique obstacles. That’s where we fit in. At times, environmental documentation can seem like a confusing web of red tape.

Terrawest Conservancy makes it simple. Our team has mastered the complex coordination required by multi-agency review and are known for inclusive public involvement and skillful consensus building. Our strong relationships with agencies at the local, state, and federal level enable us to develop effective environmental documentation, resulting in positive solutions and successful projects.

Services:
Federal NEPA Documents

  • Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)
  • Environmental Assessments (EA)
  • Categorical Exclusion documents
  • Section 4(f) evaluation for parklands and historic sites
  • Section 106 documentation and consultations for historic and community impact studies
  • Section 6(f) for LAWCON site mitigation

Environmental Analysis Studies

  • Community impact studies
  • Environmental justice studies
  • Visual impact assessment
  • Water resource studies
  • Wetland impact evaluations, mitigation plans and permitting
  • Vegetation surveys
  • Noise monitoring, modeling and mitigation
  • Air quality modeling and analysis
  • Land use analysis
  • Permitting

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