Aquaparian has expertise in identifying appropriate watercourse setbacks, monitoring and designing in-stream work plans for bridges, culverts or utility crossing projects, and riparian restoration plans.
British Columbia, especially in coastal regions, is abundant with freshwater streams, lakes and wetlands. These watercourses are a major resource for our province and support a wide range of plant and animal life. Developments near freshwater systems require careful planning and execution to preserve these fragile habitats.
Working in or near freshwater resources requires careful environmental assessment and monitoring, and a knowledge of the government approval processes which can vary depending on the project requirements.
Fish population studies
Construction in-stream work isolation, fish salvage and channel restoration
Riparian restoration plans and monitoring
Aquaparian Provides Professional Environmental Consulting Services Across British Columbia