ECORP is proud to provide ongoing biological and cultural resources support for a variety of improvement and infrastructure projects as part of our ongoing California Department of Parks and Recreation on-call service contract.
Notable projects that ECORP has recently been involved with in Southern California include: trail accessibility improvements at the remote Picacho State Park along the Colorado River; replacement of water mains that provide potable water, non-potable irrigation services, and fire services while simultaneously relining and/or replacing old sewer lines to reduce the potential of catastrophic sewage spills at Doheny State Park; utility modernization and accessibility improvements at Torrey Pines State Reserve and Torrey Pine State Beach North Parking Lot; and the cliffside staircase replacement project at Point Dume Natural Preserve.
Recent projects in Northern California include: Ritchey Creek Fish Barrier Removal at Bothe-Napa Valley State Park; California Red-Legged Frog Construction Monitoring at the Annadel State Park on the Ledson Dam Repair project; California Tiger Salamander Construction Monitoring on the ADA Campground Improvements project at Millerton State Recreation Area; Kashia Loop ADA Trail Development project at the Fort Ross State Historical Park; and Nesting Bird Surveys on the Group Campground Development project at McArthur-Burney Fall Memorial State Park.
There is nothing more rewarding than helping ensure California’s greatest treasures will be enjoyable for generations to come.
For more information on biological and cultural resources support in California State Parks, contact Don Mitchell at (909) 307-0046 or Tom Scofield at (916) 782-9100.