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Wetland Permit Awareness: Threatened And Endangered Species
When planning development on a property that may have wetlands, most people understand that an environmental specialist will be ne...
What Is A Forest Stand Delineation?
“Forest Stand Delineations” differ among various states. While requirements and processes vary, the general goals are consistent r...
Federal Agency Clarifies Bat Rule
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) recently issued their Final 4(d) rule concerning the Northern Long Eared Bat. In April...
Hydrogeology - Part II
As a recap, the hydrogeologist utilizes a variety of tools to select the best available well drilling location(s). The hydrologist...
So…What Exactly Is Hydrogeology?
Say that you’re a growing municipality. It’s a great place to live, and people are flocking to your county because of the wonderfu...
Mold Primer
The mere mention of the word ‘mold’ tends to cause anxiety about the quality of the air we breathe in our homes and workplaces. Ma...
Environmental Due Diligence – Part III
If the Phase I ESA discussed in the previous segment of this blog identified potential Recognized Environmental Conditions (RECs),...
Environmental Due Diligence – Part II
Last time, we described how environmental due diligence is often viewed as an ‘unnecessary’ lender requirement. However, well-educ...
Basics of Environmental Due Diligence – Part I
When a buyer considers purchasing a property, lenders often require that the property’s condition be evaluated using a process cal...
EPA Clean Water Act Rule
After more than a million public comments, the EPA released a final rule on May 27 addressing the definition of what constitutes j...
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