Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting was contracted by a private landowner to prepare a Forest Stewardship Plan to qualify for Forest Agricultural Classification.
Saddle Pocket Ranch is a 1,003-acre cattle ranch located in Routt County, Colorado, just east of Slater on the Colorado-Wyoming border.
The Winterhaven property is an 820-acre working ranch located in northeast Colorado along the South Platte River. The property was purchased by Ducks Unlimited in 2009 to protect conservation values and restore waterfowl habitat.
Blue Mountain collaborated with Colorado State Parks to develop a new stewardship plan for North Sterling State Park. The new stewardship plan will guide park management for the next 10 to 15 years.
Ladder Livestock is a large and complicated transhumance operation in north-central Colorado and south-central Wyoming that operates on over 140,000 deeded or leased acres. Blue Mountain worked in conjunction with the ranch operators and the local Natural Resource Conservation Service District Conservationist to develop a comprehensive grazing plan for the operation.
Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting prepared the conservation easement baseline report for the 2,000-acre Hardwick Farms property in accordance with the requirements of the Internal Revenue Service with respect to charitable contributions.
Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting prepared the original conservation easement baseline report for the 6,575-acre property in 2011 and returned in 2015 to inventory a newly added parcel and to determine if there had been any changes to the original acreage.
The City of Manitou Springs retained Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting (BMEC) to assist in the development of the Black Canyon Road Land Stewardship Plan. The plan is a working document that establishes open space goals, existing conditions, and recommendations for short- and long-term management and monitoring.