As the largest, most experienced ecological offset provider in the United States, we’re committed to making the world a better place to live. We work tirelessly to affect the balance between economic development and the environment by offsetting unavoidable project impacts and conserving our planet’s finite resources.
So far, we’ve helped by restoring more than 40,000 acres of wetlands, streams, and habitats and planting over 10 million trees. And that’s just the beginning.
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We specialize in restoring and enhancing degraded areas and protecting natural habitats in perpetuity—all while mitigating risk and liability for our clients, ensuring strict regulatory compliance, and collaborating with local landowners.
Protecting, restoring, and preserving wetlands to create larger, richer ecosystems.Learn More
Reconnecting, restoring and preserving riparian ecosystems to their historical condition.Learn More
Enhancing and preserving high-quality habitats to enable the survival of endangered species.Learn More
Reestablishing the natural balance by implementing holistic water-quality solutions.Learn More
Establishing and reconstructing buffers crucial to habitats, water quality, and pollution protection.Learn More
Restoring lands through site preparation, hydrologic and soil manipulation, and native plantings.Learn More
RES works with people and companies who are passionate about ecological stewardship, including permittees, regulators, landowners, consultants, and conservationists. Together, we support sustainable development and economic growth without compromising water quality, natural ecosystems, or wildlife.
Navigating the complex world of environmental regulation, restorative challenges, and impact analysis has made RES one of the foremost authorities in the ecological offset industry. Find white papers, case studies, and articles covering topics from operating in environmentally sensitive areas to streamlining the permitting process.