The use of natural resources is improved through land planning, whether that means preservation, development or a combination of the two. Good planning starts with a good inventory of site resources, whether it’s relatively simple, like a wetland delineation, or more complex, such as multi-habitat species analyses. Zentner Planning and Ecology provides thorough, timely and cost-effective inventories that are then used to produce useable plans, from natural resource assessments to development and entitlement programs.
We complete site surveys to tell clients exactly what potential biological constraints a site contains so that they can make more informed decisions.
We complete reconnaissance-level wetland and waters mapping for both rapid assessment purposes and for master planning of large areas.
We complete plant and wildlife species surveys and assessments on every habitat in California for both planning and permitting purposes.
The staff at Zentner Planning and Ecology is experienced at guiding planning documents through the often-frustrating local review processes.
Zentner Planning and Ecology provides services for a variety of land management plans including open space, vegetation, invasive species management and long-term management plans.
Zentner Planning and Ecology has set up mitigation banks for clients involving both wetlands and listed species.
Because Zentner Planning and Ecology staff are experts in the ecological field including wetlands and endangered species, we provide litigation support and help resolve often very difficult issues.
Our staff is equally at home working with CAD files from engineers or GIS data from local agencies.