Blue Mountain aided Colorado Erosion Control in the implementation of biotechnical stream stabilization practices on the Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Walsh Environmental contracted Colorado Erosion Control and Blue Mountain to implement bio-technical stream stabilization practices on the Gypsum Creek in Eagle County, Colorado.
Boulder County Parks and Open Space contracted Blue Mountain to assist with the implementation of a gravel mine reclamation plan at their 100-acre Kenosha Ponds property.
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 was contracted by the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Program to conduct a riparian forest inventory on approximately 15 miles of the Poudre River.
Blue Mountain was contracted by the Natural Resource Conservation Service to conduct a watershed assessment. The intent of the effort was to gather resource information about the physical structure and biological function of five rivers, to prioritize treatment areas and to develop management recommendations.
Blue Mountain Environmental was contracted by Ducks Unlimited to delineate 35 acres of atypical riverine wetlands along the South Platte River.
Eleven Mile State Park and Spinney Mountain State Park are located in South Park – an expansive high-altitude grassland region of central Colorado bordered to the east and west by the Pike National Forest. Managed by Colorado State Parks under a lease from the Denver Water Board, these parks provide visitors with opportunities for boating, camping, windsurfing, picnicking, birding, waterfowl hunting and nationally renowned fishing.
Blue Mountain Environmental was contracted by the Bureau of Land Management, Elko District, to monitor riparian conditions and fisheries habitat within various grazing allotments.
Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting conducted rapid quantitative assessments of the Big Thompson River to assess damages and conditions subsequent to the 2013 flood, prioritizing reaches for restoration and providing a basis of information for grant applications for Wildlands Restoration Volunteers.