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A few weeks ago our topic was “So what exactly is a wetland?” This week we will define some of the terminology commonly associated with wetlands. Aerobic: Occurring in the presence of free oxygen, either as a gas in the atmosphere or dissolved in water. Alkaline:...


A common question to the scientists of LMG is, “So what exactly is a wetland?” Wetlands are wide ranging and can occupy a variety of environments, but some of the more easily recognized wetland types are the coastal salt marsh and a shallow cypress swamp. Similar...


We are pleased to announce the merger of Land Management Group and Davey Tree Expert Company! Since 1880, clients have trusted Davey Tree to care for their most precious natural assets. Founder John Davey published The Tree Doctor in 1901, which provided landowners from...


Congratulations to one of our Registered Soil Scientists, Nick Howell, for being elected to a THIRD term as the President of the Consulting Soil Scientists of the Carolinas! Consulting Soil Scientists of the Carolinas (CSSC) is a 501c-6 corporation representing the business...


What is Wetland Mitigation? Wetland mitigation is the collective process of offsetting impacts to wetlands, streams, or other aquatic resources classified under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act through preservation, enhancement, restoration, and in some cases creation. Impacts...