Ecosystem Restoration Professionals
Providing Design, Construction & Ecosystem Credits
Ecotone, Inc., a Maryland Corporation founded in 1998, is one of few companies that provides full delivery ecosystem restoration services including design, consulting, and construction throughout the United States. Our unique blend of multidisciplinary staff consisting of ecologists, geomorphologists, landscape architects, and construction specialists (to name a few) has over 95 years of experience in all aspects of ecosystem restoration. Through design, construction, and ecosystem credits, we strive to negate existing and future impacts on the natural environment. We understand the importance of ecotones between natural and man made environments and embrace the opportunity to restore and preserve their function and integrity. We pride ourselves on the ability to provide these services at a competitive price to a diverse group of clients; including public and private developers, landowners, governmental agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
Ecotone has broken ground on a new project in Northern Harford County along Deer Creek. A partnership between Ecotone and the Department of Natural Resources has allowed the 5 plus acre of restoration to be provided at no cost to the landowner. Once completed, the property will have a new shallow water development pond and a restored wetland, providing great habitat for local wildlife and waterfowl. For more Ecotone videos both educational/training and project specific head over to our YouTube Channel!
Upper Little Patuxent Stream Restoration
*Update* This project has been awarded the Maryland Department of Transportation's 2015 Environmental Excellence Award. This was the first ever Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) design-build stream restoration project, planting is currently underway and should be completed by the end of this month. Check out our YouTube Channel for videos of the project highlights.
In and Around Ecotone
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Spring has sprung! The nursery is in full swing preparing all of our plant material for up coming job sites. These native plants play an essential part in bank stability, erosion control, and lowering of stream temperatures.