Environmental Management and Planning

LGL scientists have expertise and experience with a wide range of Environmental Management and Planning projects for Government, First Nations, and Industry. Our staff has experience in the following areas:

  • Watershed management
  • Natural heritage assessment
  • Residential and recreational development
  • Management and land use plans
  • Integrated resource management
  • Fisheries and wildlife management planning
  • Riparian area regulations

Objectives of our Environmental Management and Planning support commonly include:

  • Salmon recovery plans
  • Water quality assessment
  • Contaminant source identification and analysis
  • Watershed assessment and restoration
  • Resource inventory
  • Impact assessment
  • Facility siting and planning
  • Mitigation planning
  • Public meetings
  • Construction monitoring
  • Management plan development for First Nations, Municipalities, Rare and Endangered Species, and National and Provincial Parks
  • Integrated resource management planning for Logging, Mining, Oil and Gas, and Recreational and Subsistence Harvests

Specialized methodologies, products, and services include:

  • Site and route selection
  • Environmental impact assessment (EIA) (Federal and Provincial)
  • Participation in project design teams
  • Spatial analysis and mapping
  • Mitigation planning
  • Input into community plan amendments and rezoning applications
  • Habitat enhancement strategies
  • Development of design and operations guidelines and Best Management Practices
  • Construction monitoring
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