How much do you know about erosion, stormwater runoff, and the ever-changing land we live on? If you don’t know as much as you would like, check out two tools to help educate yourself more. Continue reading
As you may recall from our last blog, Post Wildfire Erosion, one of the major damages caused by wildfires is hydrophobic soil. Fire ecologists use the term burn severity when referring to how much damage has been done to the soil when analyzing the post-fire environment. After a wildfire occurs, the burn severity directly relates to: Continue reading
As the climate changes, leaving Colorado drier and warmer, wildfires are becoming more and more prevalent throughout the state. Knowing the consequences of a fire and how to minimize the impact on the environment is extremely important for rehabilitating the effected area. Continue reading
Environmental Logistics is excited to celebrate our 15th Anniversary this month!
Founded in 1998 by Jennifer Mirowski, we began as a land reclamation contractor specializing in revegetation for the West and Southwest. The company excelled, building a reputation for successful high-altitude, steep-slope restoration and revegetation. Through the years, Environmental Logistics has grown, along with our services, which now include: Continue reading