ECORP Biological and Cultural Resources Staff Credentials
ECORP employs biological resource and cultural resource management specialists who hold state, federal, and county permits. Whatever your project or task, ECORP has Biological and Cultural Resources specialists with the credentials, permits, and qualifications required to complete surveys, studies, assessments, and other environmental consulting services throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Biological Resources Staff Credentials
Performing environmental consulting services for biological resources often requires permits from federal and state governments. ECORP biologists hold permits to conduct surveys, assessments, and other environmental consulting services for special-status plant species, threatened and endangered animal species, wetlands and other aquatic habitats, and various other habitats in California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Our list of permits follows, however since the list grows more frequently than the website is updated, some of our permits may not be listed. If the permit you are interested in is not listed, please call us for our most up-to-date permitting status.
Our permits include:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Permits
United States Geological Survey (USGS) Permits
National Marine Fishing Service (NMFS) Permits
California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Permits
Cultural Resources Staff Credentials
ECORP’s in-house cultural resources department employs archaeologists, historians, architectural historians, Native American tribal liaisons, policy experts, and other cultural resource management specialists. Together they hold a variety of permits that authorize cultural resource surveys, excavations, studies, and related work throughout California and Nevada.
Permits held by our cultural resources management staff include:
Contact ECORP to Learn More about Our Biological and Cultural Resources Staff Credentials
Construction and new land-use operation projects in California, Nevada, New Mexico, or Arizona often require biological and cultural resource management services to identify and help manage sensitive resources at a given project area. Our biologists and cultural resource specialists who provide these services possess the permits required to comply with federal, state, and country environmental regulations.
Contact ECORP today to learn more about our Biological and Cultural Resources Staff Credentials.