habitat conservation

Identifying and Managing Threatened and Endangered Species Habitat

Well-planned habitat conservation can increase property values more than 20%, and can have other economic benefits, such as improved building energy efficiency, better air quality, stormwater management and sometimes payment for ecosystem services. 

BBJ Group develops Habitat Management Plans that balance conservation with the client’s desired land use.  Plan development steps may include: (1) situation assessment, (2) identify tax and other restoration values, (3) HMP design and stakeholder approval, (4) restore, improve or conserve habitats, (5) species reintroduction, (6) monitor ecosystem health and diversity, (7) mitigation bank creation, (8) sell bank credits, and (9) easement management.

 


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KEY CONTACTS

If you are in need of assistance with a project or would like to learn more about our Habitat Conservation services, please contact:

 

Amber Winter

Practice Lead

CONTACT

312-219-7770

 

Kelli Hicks

Project Manager

CONTACT

312-219-7771