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Hydrology, Ecology, & Watershed Design & Construction


Regulatory Compliance

Village Ecosystems recognizes that regulations were created to preserve the environment we love AND policy does not always allow for the creativity and best function of life. VE helps facilitate engagement with agencies that implement the legal framework for how we go about doing work on our land.

Fish Survey Stream Restoration
Wetland Construction

We work with Fish and Wildlife, Environmental Health, Planning departments, Regional Water Boards, Division of Water Rights, Army Corp of Engineers, Coastal Commission, and other agencies that may have jurisdiction on a project.

Cannabis Farming has recently become legal in California and environmental regulation is a big part of compliance. VE helps farmers navigate the Water Board order and Agriculture Department permitting. 

Wetland Construction
Wetland Construction

It is our goal to facilitate understanding of the regulations and requirements to those that want to dig in and do the work themselves, and take the burden of permitting off the hands of those who care to focus on more interesting parts of their business.

Village Ecosystems

We have the STEM to do hydrologic research, analysis and design. Our Engineering contractor’s license allows us to build the water features that we design. Our ecological expertise integrates life into our structures. We understand that human behavior plays the largest role in the success of a project. VE provides wholistic watershed services with synergistic benefits.

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Let’s Talk

Tell us about your project, water related issue, or utopian dreams. We are happy to answer questions; whether about feasibility, efficiency, or the regulatory framework. We are hear to help you put your water and ecology projects on the ground. Let’s build it.

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