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Cascade is assisting the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe with the design of a 523-acre wetland mitigation bank located in Pacific County, Washington. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Washington Department of Ecology are currently considering the proposal and soliciting public input. More
Cascade, along with Mosaic Ecology, recently won the Carli Creek Permit Compliance and Maintenance contract for Clackamas County Water Environment Services. More
We are excited to announce that our team of Cascade, Waterways, and Brown and Caldwell has won the BES contract for on-call Watershed services. We're pleased to be able to continue our work for BES.
We have filled our Office Manager position. Thank you to everyone who applied!
Cascade recently assisted the Hopkins Demonstration Forest staff with overseeing volunteers who installed over 900 plants at the amphibian pond site. Emergent wetland, scrub-shrub, willow, and riparian upland plants were planted...More
Cascade is pleased to announce that OWEB has selected the Clackamas Strategic Partnership to receive a Focused Investment Partnership (FIP) implementation grant. More
The application period for our open Wetland Ecologist/GIS Analyst is now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied! Applicants who will be invited to interview will be contacted shortly.
We are hiring! Cascade seeks a mid-level Wetland Ecologist/GIS Analyst with 3-5 years of experience.
Applicants should have demonstrated experience with mid-level professional work and be able to delineate wetlands, develop wetland permit applications, and perform compliance monitoring work with minimal supervision.
Applicants should also have experience with map generation and data analysis using Arc 10.1.
See full job description and information on how to apply HERE.
Cascade is excited to announce we are moving to a new location on December 1, 2018. After December 1 you can find us at 422 NW 8th Ave, Suite C Portland, OR 97209. Phone numbers will remain the same. MORE
Cascade is pleased to announce that construction is complete at the Hopkins Forest Wetland Restoration Project MORE
Cascade is thrilled to provide wetland delineation and functions assessment assistance to TransAlta Centralia Mining and DNV-GL for the proposed Tono Solar project MORE
John Runyon to participate in conservation conference in Seaside April 19, 2018 MORE
Cascade is very pleased to announce the completion of all construction activities and plant installation at the Chehalis Basin Mitigation Banking Hanaford Valley. MORE
Cascade completes juvenile coho salmon, stream habitat, and water temperature inventories in the Elk Creek Watershed.
Updated Dahl Beach construction progress pictures.
Construction is under way at the Dahl Beach Project.
Join us Monday, Feb 8th as we present our abstract "Rinearson Natural Area: Urban Habitat Restoration" at the 14th Annual Urban Ecology & Conservation Symposium.
Cascade awarded City of Gresham's On-call Natural Resource Services.
Cascade awarded City of Portland's On-call Environmental Consultant Contract.
12-21-2015 Cascade Environmental Group’s abstract “Rinearson Natural Area: Urban Habitat Restoration:” has been selected as one of the oral presentations for the upcoming, Fourteenth Annual Urban Ecology and Conservation Symposium.
Construction is under way at the Wallooskee-Young Restoration Project!
Cascade is now officially certified as an Emerging Small Business in the state of Oregon.
Deauthorization of the Wallooskee-Youngs Levee has successfully passed in Congress.
Cascade Environmental Group, LLC, (Cascade) is a full-service environmental consulting and ecosystem restoration design company. We provide sound technical services to a variety of clients including tribes, local governments, watershed councils, private industry, and ecosystem market investors.
Cascade develops collaborative relationships with our clients in order to meet their priorities. We work with the client to consider the natural and human environments at the watershed, reach, site, and location scales; anticipate future conditions; and integrate all project objectives.
We are skilled at developing cost-effective solutions based on assessing complex environmental issues, evaluating project site constraints and opportunities, and navigating the challenging regulatory process.