We’re committed to pursuing and doing work that matters. For more ways on how our staff and projects make a difference, read the latest news below.
In ESA’s 2014 Sustainability Report, we’ve outlined how our company has performed against the sustainability goals and objectives outlined in our 2012 Sustainability Plan. The 30-page document measures the firm’s progress and further promotes our commitment to sustainable operations, pursuing work that matters within a vibrant employee-ownership culture. read more »
Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Mike Leech has joined the firm as Director of Geospatial Services. With more than 150 Geographic Information System (GIS) users, ESA has been using geospatial technologies to provide our clients with real-time analytics, data visualization and information management solutions across the U.S. read more »
ESA Connects | Time for Spring Surveys, Program-Scale Environmental Compliance and How Smart Is Your Park?
ESA Connects is a quarterly newsletter to inform clients, teaming partners, and friends about the latest work that matters, integrated solutions, regulatory and funding updates, and our growing team of experts. In the March 2015 edition check out:How Smart is Your Park? read more »
Come and se us at the California Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) conference in Santa Barbara, CA March 22-25. Keep an eye out for our conference speakers and attendees or email them for more information on their sessions: dhansen [at] esassoc [dot] com (Deanna Hansen), jgorzeman [at] esassoc [dot] com (Jack Gorzeman), jcarey [at] esassoc [dot] com (Jonathan Carey), edavidian [at] esassoc [dot] com (Eli Davidian), efischer [at] esassoc [dot] com (Erich Fischer). read more »
We’re in Santa Rosa, CA for the 33rd Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference March 11-14th. The conference agenda highlights habitat restoration techniques, validating effectiveness monitoring, as well as strategies and mechanisms to restore and recover salmonids. Sessions explore key recovery actions and implementation priorities in Pacific Northwest salmon recovery plans and efforts to plan for resilience in California’s landscape. read more »
That’s the question I kept asking myself during last week’s the Future of Cities 2015 conference in Riverside, CA. read more »
February 24-27th we’ll be at The Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology and Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Joint Annual Meeting in Portland, OR. Keep an eye out for our conference speakers or email them for information on their presentation. read more »
Partnership with Tampa Bay Watch, Tampa Bay Estuary Program, Environmental Science Associates, NOAA, U.S. EPA, U.S. FWS, and ScottsMiracle-Gro will demonstrate how Bay restoration efforts can best help mitigate climate change impactsTampa, FL – Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE) is excited to launch a study to benefit Tampa Bay, which is supported through a diverse coalition of partners. read more »
Environmental Science Associates (ESA), a leading environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Margaret Clancy, ESA’s Northwest Biological Resources and Land Management Director, has been named an ESA Vice President and Northwest Regional Director. read more »
ESA Connects is a quarterly newsletter to inform clients, teaming partners, and friends about the latest work that matters, integrated solutions, regulatory and funding updates, and our growing team of experts. In the January 2015 edition check out: read more »