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Ecological Services

Working with Michigan’s Agribusiness Industry

August 9, 2022

Envirologic’s home state of Michigan has a sizeable agriculture industry, leading the nation in the production of numerous crops, including asparagus, tart cherries, black and cranberry beans, cucumbers, squash, and Niagara grapes. Michigan ranks second only to California in agricultural diversity with over 300 different commodities, and agribusiness contributes over $100 billion annually to the

What Happens When Wetlands Are Identified on a Project Site?

September 16, 2021

The timeline of a project can be significantly affected when wetlands are identified on a project site. However, by developing a thorough understanding of the project site in the initial stages of a project, the presence of wetlands does not have to sidetrack or derail a development plan and the project can stay on schedule.

Managing Natural Resources on a Development Project

Managing Natural Resources on a Development Project

August 24, 2021

Envirologic utilizes a team of experienced biologists and other scientists to plan and implement projects that are protective of the environment while avoiding unexpected costs and delays due to natural resource regulations and permitting. With over 30 years of experience in Michigan and the surrounding region, our team understands the uncertainties clients face when unexpected

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The Reason Behind Our Stress-Reliever Frogs

July 28, 2021

Envirologic is reviving our booth at conferences, along with a longstanding Envirologic booth staple — our stress-reliever frogs. For anyone who has previously visited our booth, you’ve probably been given one of these frogs. Sure, they’re cute desk decor and effective stress-reliever balls, but what do they have to do with the services Envirologic provides? At

Weland Delineation

Wetland Identification, Delineation and Permitting

June 10, 2021

Wetlands play an integral role in the surrounding region’s ecology; they provide habitat for a variety of fish and wildlife (including many threatened and endangered species), protect and improve water quality, and offer flood protection and erosion control. Federal and state governments have established specific regulations to limit the loss of wetlands throughout the country.

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What Types of Projects are Required to Address Threatened and Endangered Species?

March 10, 2021

When do I need to worry about threatened and endangered species on a project site? The short answer is almost anytime that construction or development activities or in-stream/watershed activities may impact species listed in the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). Section 9 of the ESA states that it is unlawful to “take” an endangered species;

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