Native Plants & Habitat Restoration

Habitat Restoration Plan Drawing
Section Illustration of Wetland Micro-Pond
Section Illustration of Wetland Forebay
Section Illustration of Wetland Treatment Area
Photo of Duarte Encanto Nature Walk
Photo of California Buckwheat
Habitat Restoration Plan Drawing Section Illustration of Wetland Micro-Pond Section Illustration of Wetland Forebay Section Illustration of Wetland Treatment Area Photo of Duarte Encanto Nature Walk Photo of California Buckwheat

Today, most professionals are aware of the importance of planting California natives. But California is a big place—what may be native to coastal Santa Barbara isn’t going to be appropriate in the Verdugo Hills. It takes a professional who is intimate with the nuanced ecology of southern California, can distinguish between Santa Cruz Island dudleya and San Gabriel River dudleya, for example, and has witnessed first-hand the impacts inappropriate restorations have made on the southern California ecology to design, manage, and implement habitat restorations that will continue to thrive years after the project is completed.

At BlueGreen we rely on our sensitivity to and knowledge of ecological issues and partner with flora, wildlife, and environmental experts to ensure the restorations we propose are appropriate and responsive to our southern California environment.

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