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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A new year and a new name! California Department of Fish and Game is now California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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.
NEPAssist Website provides some handy mapping tools .
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 .
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.