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WRA Guest Blog - Field Notes: A Modern Perspective

WRA Guest Blog - Field Notes: A Modern Perspective

Written by Wildnote customer and beta-tester, Marisa Ishimatsu of WRA. Reprinted by permission.  Marisa Ishimatsu is Compliance Monitoring Team Lead...
North Carolina Volunteer Wetlands Monitoring Program Chooses Wildnote

North Carolina Volunteer Wetlands Monitoring Program Chooses Wildnote

  Sustainable Wetland Monitoring in North Carolina Restored by Volunteers  After shifting political winds blew one of the country’s most notable...
Wetland Delineation 4.0 – Data Sheets Done in Record Time!

Wetland Delineation 4.0 – Data Sheets Done in Record Time!

Digital Speed and Accuracy with Wetlands 4.0  Wildnote automation for wetland determination already auto-fills the wetland indicator status for all...
Cultivate Diversity: Ecosystems and Communities Will Both Thrive

Cultivate Diversity: Ecosystems and Communities Will Both Thrive

Environmentalism - What Counts, and Who’s Counting? One of the ironies of environmentalism is the lack of human diversity in a discipline utterly...
Ecological Restoration Meets Mitigation Banking

Ecological Restoration Meets Mitigation Banking

Environmental conservationists and developers have long been uneasy partners at best and downright adversarial at worst. But that is steadily...
Data Collection Efficiency Key to Ecological Restoration

Data Collection Efficiency Key to Ecological Restoration

National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference Last week, the 20th annual National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference (NMEBC) was held...
Vegetation Management: Surveying California Prairies

Vegetation Management: Surveying California Prairies

Our beautiful state of California offers unique wildlife and environmental diversity. From the redwoods, to the chaparral, California contains one of...
Environmental Monitoring: Fish Population Provides Litmus Test

Environmental Monitoring: Fish Population Provides Litmus Test

Steelhead Trout are the litmus test when conducting environmental monitoring to assess the health of San Luis Obispo (SLO) County’s watershed....