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ECORP Exhibiting at ACWA Conference

ECORP is looking forward to exhibiting at ACWA’s 2016 Fall Conference and Exhibition November 29 through December 2, in Anaheim! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#105). Click Here for more information.

The Shrimp are Getting Ready to Hatch!

Fairy shrimp and tadpole shrimp occur within ephemeral pools and wetlands. Many of the shrimp species found in California are listed under the federal Endangered Species Act. Shrimp eggs/cysts lie dormant in seasonal pools during the dry months and hatch once the wetlands become ponded from winter rains. Click Here for more information.

Mandatory Dry Season Surveys Now Required for Threatened and Endangered Fairy Shrimp and Tadpole Shrimp

On May 31, 2015 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) released updated Survey Guidelines for federally listed threatened and endangered large branchiopods (e.g., fairy shrimp and tadpole shrimp) in California and southern Oregon. Click Here for more information.

ECORP Leads Educational Sunday FunDay in Redlands

Redlands residents enjoyed an afternoon of archaeology in the park, including a short hike to an archaeological site and a full-scale, controlled, mock excavation... Click Here for more information.

California Rapid Assessment Method – Trained!

In April, two additional staff members completed the California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) “Practitioner” training for riverine and depressional wetlands... Click Here for more information.

Pioneering Change with New Technologies

ECORP is leading the environmental consulting field with the use of ground-based laser scanning, high resolution and dynamic range-enhanced digital photography, and even experimentation with the use of small unmanned aerial vehicles (sUAVs or drones). Click Here for more information.

ECORP Exhibiting at ACWA Conference

ECORP is looking forward to exhibiting at ACWA’s 2016 Spring Conference and Exhibition May 3-6, in Monterey! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#134). Click Here for more information.

2016 AEP Conference

ECORP is pleased to sponsor the 2016 AEP Conference, Cities in Transition, April 3-6 in San Diego! We hope you have a chance to stop by our booth. Click Here for more information.

Discounted Training for ECORP Affiliates - AB 52 Workshop: The New Tribal Consultation Requirement

ECORP Consulting's Cultural Resources Manager, Lisa Westwood, RPA, will be presenting four upcoming workshops sponsored and held by the California Homebuilding Foundation. Save 25% off of the registration fee by using the promo code "ECORP_Affiliate" when registering. Click Here for more information.

Winter Rains...Spring Surveys

After four years of disappointing winter rains, the 2015-2016 El Niño is finally bringing a decent amount of precipitation to California, which is good news to many of California’s rare, threatened, and endangered plant and wildlife species. On April 25, 2014, the Governor of California issued an executive order that requires the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) to take certain actions in responding to drought conditions. Click Here for more information.

Storm Wars: The Rain Awakens

Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, it was the fifth summer of one of the most severe droughts on record, and with the arrival of the El Niño rains, flood control stands front and center in the forward planning for many public agencies. Click Here for more information.

SAME Federal Business Opportunities Symposium 2015

FBOS is happening! ECORP will exhibit at the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Orange County Post Federal Business Opportunities Symposium on Thursday, November 19, 2015, at the Hilton Orange County in Costa Mesa. We hope to see you there! Click Here for more information.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Finds California Amphibian Species Worthy of Consideration

In a review of a recent “megapetition” from the Center for Biological Diversity, in which 53 species were proposed for listing under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA)... Click Here for more information.

ECORP Offers AB 52 Training Workshops

ECORP will offer free training workshops on October 16, 2015 in the San Diego area entitled “AB 52 and CEQA: The New Tribal Consultation Requirement.” ECORP’s AB 52 training workshops can be customized to fit your time schedule, and a brief overview can be presented in about an hour. Click Here for more information.

Melissa Whittemore Joins ECORP Consulting’s San Diego Office

ECORP Consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce that Melissa Whittemore has joined our San Diego office as a Senior Environmental Scientist/Project Manager. Click Here for more information.

Mandatory Dry Season Surveys for Threatened and Endangered Fairy Shrimp and Tadpole Shrimp

On May 31, 2015 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) released updated Survey Guidelines for federally-listed threatened and endangered large branchiopods (e.g., fairy shrimp and tadpole shrimp) in California and southern Oregon. Click Here for more information.

2015 San Bernardino County Vendor Show

ECORP will exhibit at the 2015 San Bernardino County Vendor Show at the Ontario Convention Center on September 16, 2015. We are looking forward to connecting with many county department representatives!

Mobility 21 Summit 2015

ECORP is sponsoring the 2015 Mobility 21 Summit, August 28, at the Disneyland Hotel. We hope to see you there! Click Here for more information.

Final Rule on Definition of Waters of the United States Published by EPA and Corps

On Monday, June 29, 2015, after two years of development and review, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) published their Final Rule on the definition of Waters of the United States (80 FR 124: 37054-37127). The Final Rule replaces all prior rules and guidance on the definition as used in implementing the Clean Water Act and becomes effective on August 28, 2015. Click Here for more information.

SAME Camp Pendleton Day 2015

ECORP is sponsoring SAME Camp Pendleton Day 2015, on Thursday, June 18. Registration begins at 7:30 am and the event continues until 2:30 pm. We hope you will have a chance to stop by our booth! Click Here for more information.

New Tribal Consultation Requirement - AB 52 Workshop

ECORP’s Lisa Westwood will be speaking on the New Tribal Consultation Requirement – AB 52 at the IES-APA workshop on June 24, in Ontario. Learn about the requirements of AB 52, revisions to the CEQA process and checklist, and how AB 52 relates to other laws such as Section 106 and SB 18. Click Here for more information.

California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery

On March 13, 2015, ECORP Senior Environmental Planner Chris Stabenfeldt attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery (CCCVC) at the former Fort Ord in Monterey County. The CCCVC represents the culmination of the nimble work of ECORP staff to help gain environmental approval following years of groundwork laid by veteran groups. Click Here for more information.

ECORP Offers AB 52 Training to CEQA Lead Agencies

ECORP has developed a short training workshop for Agency personnel on the new requirements of AB 52. This training provides an overview of the requirements of CEQA’s latest amendment and how those requirements fit in with the existing requirements of CEQA, Section 106, and SB 18. The training can be customized to fit your time schedule and a brief overview can be presented in about an hour. A more detailed session would run about two hours. Both of these time estimates allow plenty of time for staff questions. Click Here for more information.

Turtle Rescue!

Following coordination with CDFW, the United States Forest Service (USFS), and several other researchers, ECORP was approved to rescue and relocate 33 turtles to the Behler Chelonian Center in Ojai, California. ECORP biologists transported the 33 turtles, with an escort of CDFW biologists, to Ojai where the turtles were... Click Here for more information.

We've Walked This Path Before

When John Wesley Powell first traveled the Colorado River, over a century ago, he and his friends saw the importance of the west’s most valuable resource – water. Having traveled much of California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and the other western states, I can confirm that the region contains a wondrous and startling beauty. A long, dusty hike through scrub brush and rocks culminates in an astonishing and sudden waterfall tumbling through willow trees and sycamores. Or that moment when the cool and dark pre-dawn air in the desert gives way to a sunrise that is pure joy in its beauty. And yet, we’ve all read the articles on social media and in the news. The headlines include startling claims like... Read More

ECORP is Sponsoring the 2015 SCAG Regional Conference

ECORP is proud to sponsor the Southern California Association of Governments 2015 Regional Conference and General Assembly! We are privileged to join with SCAG in celebrating 50 years of regional collaboration! The conference takes place May 7-8 at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort and Spa in Palm Desert. We hope you’ll stop by our booth! Click Here for more information.

ACWA 2015 Spring Conference

ECORP is exhibiting at the ACWA 2015 Spring Conference and Exhibition, May 5 – 8, in Sacramento. We hope you visit us at booth 413! Click Here for more information.

2015 CLE Conference

ECORP will attend the 2015 CLE Conference, California Wetlands – Implications of Changing Policy, April 16 – 17, in San Francisco. Click Here for more information.

AEP 2015 Conference

ECORP is pleased to sponsor the AEP 2015 Conference “Land to Sea…Strategies to Solutions.” The event takes place March 22-25, at the Fess Parker Doubletree Resort in Santa Barbara! We hope you have a chance to stop by our booth! Click Here for more information.

ECORP's Lisa Westwood to speak on new CEQA requirements at the California Land Use Law & Policy Conference

Lisa Westwood, ECORP’s Cultural Resources Manager, will be presenting as a member of the Conference Faculty at the California Land Use Law & Policy Annual Conference on March 10 in Sacramento. Her presentation, titled “The Interplay between CEQA, Section 106, SB 18, and Now AB 52 – the New Tribal Consultation Requirement,” will explain the new procedures required by CEQA’s latest amendment via Assembly Bill 52. Click Here for more information.

The Desert Tortoise Council Celebrates 40 Years!

The Desert Tortoise Council will host its 40th Annual Symposium beginning Friday, February 20 through Sunday, February 22, at Sam’s Town Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click Here for more information.

ECORP’s Kathy Kondor Appointed as Communications Director of SAME Orange County Post

Kathy Kondor, ECORP’s Director of Marketing, was recently appointed to serve as the Communications Director on the Board of Directors for the Orange County Post of the Society of American Military Engineers. ECORP is a Sustaining Member of SAME, with post memberships in Sacramento, San Diego, and Orange County. Click Here for more information.

ECORP’s Todd Chapman is AIFRB’s New Membership Committee Chair

Todd has been an active member of the southern California district of the American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists (AIFRB) for the past eight years and has participated in the judging of student papers for AIFRB sponsored awards at recent Southern California Academy of Sciences (SCAS)... Click Here for more information.

ECORP’s Michael Preszler is SAGE’s Newly Elected President

This professional organization is made up of land surveyors, architects, geologists, and engineers who are passionate about serving the community in which they live and work. SAGE has been providing technical review, input, and support for El Dorado County issues for more than 30 years. Click Here for more information.

ECORP’s Lisa Westwood Published in Archaeology and Heritage of the Human Movement into Space

ECORP Cultural Resources Manager Lisa Westwood was recently published in Archaeology and Heritage of the Human Movement into Space by (Springer Press). This book is an edited volume of papers presented at symposia at the 2011 and 2013 Society for American Archaeology conferences that Ms. Westwood co-chaired. Click Here for more information.

Assembly Bill (AB) 52 Signed! How This May Affect Your Projects

Recognizing that California tribes are experts in their tribal cultural resources and heritage, this bill requires that CEQA lead agencies carry out consultation with tribes at the commencement of the CEQA process to identify and evaluate the significance of Tribal Cultural Resources, a new category of cultural resources under CEQA. Click Here for more information.

December Showers May Bring Rare Flowers

More than 2,000 of California’s approximately 6,500 native plant species have been listed as rare, threatened, or endangered. Many of these plants survive in California’s often dry climate by persisting as underground bulbs, roots, and corms during dry months and sending up stems, leaves, and flowers when rainfall is sufficient. Click Here for more information.

ECORP Staff Share Edible 'Artifacts' at the Archaeology Fair

What is the best way to recreate this process to a captivated public audience? Give them a recipe for candy-laced archaeological deposits layered between depositional episodes of chocolate cereal and then let them excavate (eat) though the various levels to discover the hidden ‘artifacts.’. Click Here for more information.

ECORP's Architectural Historian Assists in Finding Agreement to Satisfy All Interested Parties

Over the past year, ECORP has been actively involved in a variety of unique, high profile, and complicated projects involving historic architecture throughout California. ECORP recently completed, with exceptional success, a high-profile project in Sacramento that required creative strategies for the historic preservation and management of a neon sign.. Click Here for more information.

Tricolored Blackbird Granted Emergency Endangered Species Protection

On December 3, 2014, the California Fish and Game Commission granted emergency endangered species protection to the Tricolored Blackbird (TRBL) under the California Endangered Species Act. Please see ECORP's website for more information.

ECORP Exhibiting at ACWA Conference

ECORP is looking forward to exhibiting at the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) 2014 Fall Conference and Exhibition December 2 – 5, in San Diego! We hope you’ll stop by our booth (#600). Please see ACWA's website for more information.

SAME Orange County Post Annual Federal Business Symposium

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Orange County Post invites you to attend the Annual Federal Business Opportunities Symposium to be held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County on Wednesday, November 12, 2014. ECORP will be an exhibitor at this event. We hope to see you there! LET’S DO IT!

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City of San Diego 2014 Construction/A&E Networking Expo

The City of San Diego Public Works Department and the Public Agency Consortium is hosting the 2014 Construction/A&E Networking Expo on November 6, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Balboa Park Club. We hope to see you there!

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ECORP’s Michael Tuma Contributes to Book on Desert Tortoises and Other North American Tortoise Species

ECORP Senior Biologist and desert tortoise specialist Michael Tuma authored a chapter in the new book Biology and Conservation of North American Tortoises published in July by the Johns Hopkins University Press.

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ECORP Participates in Los Angeles City Councilmember’s Hike with the Community

In February of 2014, Los Angeles City Councilmember Felipe Fuentes hiked through the Mitigation Area with LACDPW and ECORP’s biologists as part of his efforts to experience firsthand the natural areas in his district.

The Councilmember was so impressed with the resources in the Mitigation Area and the efforts put forth by LACDPW and ECORP to preserve the area in its natural state, that he scheduled his second “Fuentes Family Hike” through the Mitigation Area.

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Invasive Species – Raising Awareness

Each year, hundreds of species of invasive plants, animals, and microorganisms negatively impact California’s natural resources. These invasive species often spread rapidly and affect our native plants and wildlife, waters, agriculture, health, and even the economy.

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ECORP Visited by Sacramento Corps of Engineers at Archaeological Dig

Recently, members of the Regulatory Division of the Sacramento Corps visited ECORP’s archaeological data recovery excavations for the Folsom Specific Plan project. The article and pictures can be found on the Corps’ website.

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ECORP Exhibiting at APA CA in Anaheim

ECORP is excited to exhibit at the 2014 APA CA Conference “California’s Adventures in Planning” at the Disneyland Hotel, in Anaheim. The event begins on September 13, and will run through September 16.

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ECORP Exhibiting at Mobility 21

ECORP is sponsoring the 2014 Mobility 21 Summit, September 5, 2014, at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. We hope to see you there!

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ECORP Adds Giant Kangaroo Rat and Four Other Sensitive Small Mammals to Federal and State Permits Portfolio.

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ECORP is pleased to sponsor and exhibit at the Bay Planning Coalition’s 27th Annual Decision Makers Conference in Oakland on May 16, 2014. “Maritime and Waterfront Industries of the San Francisco Bay: Keys to a Thriving Economy and Healthy Environment.” The event takes place from 8:30am – 4:00pm at the Oakland Scottish Rite Center. #2014DMC

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ECORP will exhibit at the 2014 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) California Conference at the La Quinta Resort and Club in La Quinta, April 7-8, 2014. We hope to see you there!

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Spring: You Don't Bring Me Flowers Anymore #constantcontact

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ECORP’s Steve Pappas will be presenting a paper at the Society for California Archaeology’s 48th annual meeting. The meeting will take place in Visalia, California, March 20-23. The paper is titled: A View Into History: How Aerial LiDAR Can Help Uncover the Hidden Past.

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ECORP’s Senior Archaeologist, Katherine Knapp, is now serving as a general board member of the Sacramento Chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS). WTS is an international organization dedicated to building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women.

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ECORP’s Michael Tuma was just voted in as a Board Member on the Desert Tortoise Council.

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ECORP will attend the Wildlife Society Western Section Meeting in Reno later this month.

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ECORP recently completed an impact assessment for the San Francisco Civic Center Project.

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EARLY REGISTRATION FOR THE DESERT TORTOISE SYMPOSIUM ENDS ON JANUARY 18TH!

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ECORP staff will attend the WTS San Diego Program on January 16, 2014. The new San Diego Planning Director will share his vision for San Diego and its neighborhoods.

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…

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ECORP Covers New Ground With Landscaping!

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ECORP will be attending and exhibiting at the 2013 Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Federal Business Opportunities Symposium on November 14, in Irvine. We hope you’ll have a chance to stop by our booth!

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ECORP recently participated on a panel at the California Tribal Historic Preservation Officer-SHPO Tribal Summit. Topics included how conservation easements function, how to hold and maintain conservation easements, rights and responsibilities, and important questions to ask when considering their use in preserving cultural properties.

 

The Shrimp are Getting Ready to Hatch!

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Give a Hoot...Relocate

It’s the non-breeding season for burrowing owls (September 1 through January 31). According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), this is the time of year when we are allowed, with CDFW approval, to passively relocate burrowing owls. Once February 1 hits, CDFW will not allow passive relocation until the following September 1.

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SWPPP 2012-2013 Annual Reports Are Due Soon!

The Construction General Permit Annual Reporting period (July 1 to June 30) has PASSED, and Owners (LRPs) must electronically Certify and submit Annual Reports by September 1.

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ECORP will attend the SAME OC Post Meeting on August 8, at the Eagles Nest, Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach Golf Course Club House.

With two and half months left in the fiscal year, there is speculation about a potentially significant end-of-year funding “dump” by NAVFAC SW. As funding throughout the year has been tepid at best, the end of year activity is a welcome change. We have invited CAPT Maurer to share NAVFAC SW’s plans and expectation for funding and contract awards through the end of September 2013, and provide a glimpse of what to expect in FY 2014.

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ECORP is sponsoring the 8th Annual SAME 2013 Camp Pendleton Day, on Thursday, July 18.

ECORP is sponsoring the 8th Annual SAME 2013 Camp Pendleton Day, on Thursday, July 18, 2013. Registration begins at 7 am and the event continues until 2:30 pm. We hope you will have a chance to stop by our booth!

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Sabertooth Cat Fossils Found on Solar Energy Plant Construction Site.

A fossil deposit helped guide the gigantic Rio Mesa solar project in Riverside County to likely extinction in January. Now, more paleontological specimens have been found during construction of the Desert Sunlight solar project, 60 miles to the west and surrounded by Joshua Tree National Park, and a federal agency seems pretty happy about it.

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ECORP is sponsoring the upcoming ACWA 2013 Spring Conference and Exhibition at the Sacramento Convention Center, May 7-10, 2013.

The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) is the largest statewide coalition of public water agencies in the country. Its nearly 440 public agency members collectively are responsible for 90% of the water delivered to cities, farms and businesses in California.

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ECORP is sponsoring the 2013 SCAG Regional Conference and General Assembly on May 2-3, 2013, at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort and Spa in Palm Desert.

This year's conference – "Gateway to National Prosperity" – will focus on job growth, the economy and working together to build a sustainable region. Additionally, the 2013 Regional Conference & General Assembly presents meaningful regional coordination and networking opportunities to all participants.

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Staff Paleontologist/Archaeologist

ECORP Consulting, Inc. is seeking a qualified and experienced Staff Paleontologist/Archaeologist for our Rocklin office. The ideal candidate will serve as Principal Investigator for paleontological studies and as an archaeological technician for cultural resources studies.

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A recent change to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife protocol for burrowing owl breeding season surveys recommends that the first of four surveys be conducted between February 15 and April 15.

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Mark your calendars for January 16! ECORP will attend WTS-OC's January program which will feature the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), update on SR 241. Location: The Promenade & Gardens, Costa Mesa, 11:30am - 1:30pm.

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ECORP attending NorCal Botanist Symposium January 14-15th at the California State University in Chico, California.

ECORP will be attending and presentig a CRAM poster at the 5th Annual Botanical Symposium " From the Redwoods to the Sagebrush: Botany Ranging Far and Wide". The symposium will be held at the Bell Memorial Union on the campus of the California State University in Chico, California.

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ECORP Staff Completes BLM Visual Resources Management Training – A Requirement to Analyze Visual Resources in EAs and EISs on BLM Lands.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing public lands for multiple uses. One of BLM’s responsibilities in managing public lands is to ensure that the scenic values of these public lands are considered before allowing uses that may have a negative visual impact.

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ECORP Expanding Services into the Central Valley.

ECORP has been expanding its services into the Central Valley. Earlier in 2012, we were part of the winning team for a multiple year contract with the California Department of Transportation, Districts 6 and 9. The service area includes the entire southern half of the Central Valley, the Sierra Nevada, and the Inyo and Kern County portions of the Great Basin and Mohave Desert.

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Rare Plant Habitat Suitability Models.

Under contract with the Bureau of Land Management, ECORP will provide professional services for habitat modeling for rare plant species from the Mojave and Sonoran Desert bioregions of southern California (San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Inyo Counties). These modeled distributions are essential tools for planning conservation for these species.

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ECORP Presenting at the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting in February.

ECORP will be presenting "Bilingual Outreach: An Important Tool in Urban Wildlife Management" for the "Urban Wildlife Management and Emerging Issues" technical session at The Wildlife Society-Western Section Annual Conference in Sacramento. ECORP is sponsoring this conference which will take place from January 28 to February 3, 2013.

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ECORP attending the 2012 ACWA Fall conference and Exhibition Dec 4-7th at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.

ECORP will be an Exhibitor at the ACWA 2012 Fall Conference and Exhibition at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California. We will be at booth #417 beginning Tuesday, December 4, for the welcome reception, and will continue to exhibit Wednesday and Thursday. This event is one of the largest gatherings of California water professionals.

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ECORP sponsored the 11th Annual Southern California Transportation Mobility 21 Summit in Anaheim.

This was the largest one-day transportation conference in the state. It’s the only place where you can mix and mingle with every transportation CEO in Southern California, policy makers and nationally-known transportation experts.

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ECORP will be presenting at the 2012 Bay-Delta Science Conference.

ECORP will be presenting "Napa River Steelhead Smolt Utilization of Napa Plant Site Tidal Marsh Using Acoustic Tags" at the 2012 Bay-Delta Science Conference. The Conference is October 16-18, 2012, and will be held at the Sacramento Convention Center.

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ECORP is a sponsor for the San Bernardino County Water Conference on August 10, 2012 from 8 am to noon, at the Double Tree Hotel in Ontario.

In order for businesses and residents to continue to have access to water, and our local economy to prosper, we need to explore unique ways to meet present and future water demands.

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ECORP is attending and presenting at the ESRI Internation User Conference from July 23-27th, 2012 at the San Diego Convention Center.

Dave Krolick will be attending and presenting at the 2012 ESRI International Users Conference the week of July 23rd. On wednesday July 25th from 1:30-2:45pm he will be presenting on the topic "Vegetation species identification, feature extraction and modeling from Lidar with ArcGIS".

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ECORP biologists captured and relocated over 3,500 fish from a stream restoration construction zone to undisturbed habitat upstream in Napa Creek.

Native fish species relocated included three-spine stickleback (1,000 fish), western roach (1,800 fish), Sacramento sucker (320 fish), prickly sculpin (330 fish), tule perch (50 fish), and juvenile rainbow trout/steelhead (79 fish). This fish relocation effort is part of the Napa River Flood Control Project run by the Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) to protect the Napa Creek neighborhood from winter floods.

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ECORP will attend the SANDAG Architecture & Engineering (A&E) “Bench” Speed Networking Event on June 27, 2012, at the Balboa Park Club in San Diego.

SANDAG encourages primes to include ”Bench” consultants on their team for SANDAG projects. See the SANDAG website for more information.

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ECORP exhibiting services at Camp Pendelton Day June 21st.

ECORP is sponsoring CPEN Day, June 21, 2012, A Networking and Business Opportunity Event at MCB Camp Pendleton. This event is hosted by Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Orange County Post. See website for more information.

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NEPAssist Website provides some handy mapping tools .

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ECORP is attending the Ducks Unlimited Wetlanders Dinner May 17th 2012 in Sacramento, California.

ECORP is attending the 75th Anniversary of Ducks Unlimited the Wetlander’s Chapter of Ducks Unlimited Annual Banquet .

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ECORP is attending 2012 AEP State Conference May 6th - 9th at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento, California.

ECORP Consulting Inc. will be participating as a sponsor at the upcoming Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) State Conference here in Sacramento.

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On March 6, 2012, the Council on Environmental Quality released final guidance for Federal agencies on improving the efficiency and timeliness of their environmental reviews under NEPA.

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ECORP attending the 2012 American Fisheries Society Conference in San Diego, March 28th-31st.

The American Fisheries Society is holding it's 2012 Annual Conference on March 28th - 31st at the Marriot San Diego Mission Valley in San Diego, California.

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ECORP attending the Northwest Hydro Conference in Portland, Oregon February 21st-23rd

The Northwest Hydroelectric Association is holding it's 2012 Annual Conference "Hydropower: Clean, Green, Reliable " on February 21st - 23rd at the Portland Marriot Downtown Waterfront Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

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ECORP is in the news for City of Rocklin Open Space Preserves

Rain does little to ease summer fire threat. Goats, sheep grazing fire prevention herds out early .

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Did You Know that Clean Water Act Section 404 Nationwide Permits Expire in March?

All Nationwide Permits (NWPs) issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) for work in wetlands and other waters that are regulated by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and/or Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 will expire on March 18, 2012

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ECORP Exhibiting Services at the 2012 Wildlife Society Conference in Sacramento February 1st-3rd.

The Western Section of the Wildlife Society is holding it's 2012 Annual Conference "Conservation in the Age of Litigation " on February 1st - 3rd at the Woodlake Hotel in Sacramento, California.

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ECORP presenting The Effects of Seasonality on CRAM Scores for Vernal Pools at CNPS 2012 Conservation Conference in San Diego January 10th-14th.

Debra Sykes will be presenting a poster and symposium presentation titled "The Effects of Seasonality on CRAM Scores for Vernal Pools" at the 2012 California Native Plant Society Conservation annual conference, in San Diego, January 10th -14th.

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ECORP Volunteers at Rocklin's 4th Annual Community Service Day.

The city of Rocklin got a bit more beautiful over the weekend with the help of volunteers taking part in the fourth annual Rocklin Community Service Day.

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New hires at ECORP Chris Stabenfeldt and Chandra Jenkins.

ECORP is pleased to announce that Chris Stabenfeldt and Chandra Jenkins have joined the Rocklin Office.

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ECORP to Exhibit Services at 2011 California Water Conference.

The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is hosting a conference "Managing California's Water-Solutions through Outreach and Partnering" October 3rd - 6th at The Doubletree Hotel in Sacramento.

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