We have expertise in the vascular and non-vascular vegetation of the Northern Great Lakes, Northern Rocky Mountains, and Northern Great Plains. To date, we have conducted botany surveys on over 180,000 acres of federal and state land. Most of these have been for the USFS or FWS.
This includes macrophyte surveys, large vegetation inventories, natural community assessment, habitat typing, and common stand exams but most have been target surveys for a wide array of rare plants. That has been our primary service over the years.
You can view some of our botany surveys below:
- Rare Plant Survey, Superior National Forest - A standard rare plant survey for the USFS, this one for the Superior National Forest.
- Range Monitoring on the Lewis and Clark National Forest - A continuing program of range vegetation monitoring on the Lewis and Clark National Forest. This report presents data for 28 monitoring plots in the Little Belt Mountains and the edge of the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
- Botanical Surveys and Trail Adjustments on the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail - A botanical survey along the proposed 33-mile Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail on the Little Missouri National Grasslands.
You can view some of our botany photos below. These are working galleries.