CDPQ invests in Westervelt Ecological Services, a leader in habitat restoration and long-term land stewardship
The Westervelt Company today announced an investment by CDPQ, a global investment group, in its subsidiary Westervelt Ecological Services (WES), a leader in habitat restoration and long-term land stewardship.
Land Report 100 - Westervelt Ecological Services
The past, present, and future of the Westervelt Company are all easily visible from a small ridge in Central Alabama. On the opposite side of the valley stands a pine plantation, remnants of when the Westervelt Company was known as Gulf States Paper Corporation. Row upon row of monochrome pine trees stand at attention, six feet apart.
Biologists reintroduce one of the rarest mussels in the world in two pristine Alabama streams
In mid-September, biologists from three states released over 240 juvenile Coosa Moccasinshell mussels in two pristine Alabama streams in an effort to save one of the rarest mollusks in the world.
WETLAND IMPROVEMENTS COMING TO THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER
Westervelt Ecological Services (WES) has received federal approval to improve water quality as well as plant and animal habitat by restoring wetlands on 109 acres in Morgan County, near the banks of the South Platte River just outside the City of Fort Morgan.
Delivering positive outcomes for streams, wetlands, as Alabama grows
Alabama has a wealth of natural resources that contributes to the state's remarkable beauty, as well as its vibrant economy. Alabama is home to 80,000 miles of rivers and streams, 600 miles of tidal shoreline and 23 million acres of forest.
Bear Creek Mitigation Bank - New Credits!
Westervelt Ecological Services (WES) is excited to announce that the Bear Creek Mitigation Bank has approved state and federal credits available within the mitigation service area.
WES finds endangered plant species in the thousands after successful translocation!
In September 2020, WES translocated seed and soil for Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop (Gratiola heterosepala) to our Markham Ravine Mitigation Site in Placer County, CA.
SPRING 2022 NEWSLETTER
WES begins 2022 with a renewed focus. We have new staff. We have new projects. We even have a new website. There are many new challenges, but we see new opportunities. We have found success in keeping the restoration business simple: commit to high-quality, science-driven project, provide clients with solutions through honest communication, and enjoy our work.