Blue Leaf Environmental, Inc., and LGL Limited are pleased to announce a new beginning for Blue Leaf Environmental as a member of the LGL Group of Companies.
LGL and Blue Leaf have shared a decade-long, productive working relationship successfully collaborating on many fisheries projects. Throughout this time, LGL and Blue Leaf employees have worked closely together, forging bonds that capitalize on each firm’s respective strengths. This solid history forms the basis of the aspiration to bring Blue Leaf into the LGL family and expand our services to meet our clients’ needs now and in the future.
Mark Timko will remain as Senior Scientist with the company and all other Blue Leaf employees remain with the firm. From Mark, “We are very excited about becoming part of the LGL family. With over 80 professional biologist and analysts throughout North America now on our team- our list of services and capacity in general have greatly expanded.”
Blue Leaf has been providing top quality fisheries and environmental services to clients throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond since the company began operations in 2008. Over the past decade in business, we have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of clients on a diverse variety of species in some amazing locations.
Blue Leaf and LGL look forward to providing our existing and new clients with the same high quality of work we are known for, but with an expanded suite of capabilities and expertise that now includes marine mammal and wildlife research and assessment; fisheries management, modeling and stock assessments; water quality, watershed assessments and restoration; and environmental management, strategic planning and policy development.
LGL Limited was founded in 1971 to conduct environmental projects in Canada and the United States. LGL Limited is headquartered in King City, Ontario, with other LGL offices in Alaska (Anchorage), Texas (Bryan/College Station), Washington (Ellensburg), British Columbia (Sidney), Ontario (Cambridge), Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's), and Russia (Vladivostok), plus satellite offices throughout the U.S. and Canada.