To be the global model for sustainable and innovative ecological restoration. ​You may wonder what is a BHAG? It stands for Big Hairy Audacious Goal. James Collins and Jerry Porras created this term in their book Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies. Basically, the idea is to set long term goals for the company, 10 to 30 years, and then do everything we can between now and then to achieve these goals.

Ecotone Announces Office Location in Columbia, PA

Restoration Company Expands Services with New Ecological Engineering Team Ecotone, a full-delivery ecological restoration company offering a diverse suite of design-build services ranging from conservation, sediment/nutrient abatement and mitigation of…


Improving Water Quality Down on the Farm

Ecotone, Baltimore County Soil Conservation, and Roseda Farm team up on stream restoration project (Forest Hill, MD) – When Ed Burchell, owner of Baltimore County’s Roseda Farm, Maryland’s largest beef…


Going the Extra Mile: JAMSQUAD

As we charge into 2022, Ecotone is looking forward to a very full year of new projects and partners, and we’re revisiting our core values and intentions set in the…


Bonnie & Scarlett

Meet Bonnie and Scarlett, described by mom and Ecotone’s Senior Accountant, Taylor McCombs as the two most loveable pups. Even if you don’t see them when they’re in the office,…


Native Trees Go to Pennsylvania

This fall, Ecotone is delivering on a contract to supply 2,000 trees to the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership.  Perhaps stating the obvious, the goal of the partnership is to…


Arbor Day at Asbury Methodist Village

When construction fences went up and equipment was brought into Asbury Methodist Village, a retirement community in Montgomery County, Maryland, the residents, with diverse backgrounds in areas like engineering, design,…