Natural Resources

Wetland Boundary Determination

FARALLON HELPS HOMEOWNER DETERMINE WETLAND BOUNDARY

Rural residential clients turned to Farallon to coordinate regulatory case closure for wetlands damage.

Bedrock Delineation at Quarry

FARALLON INDENTIFIES SUBSURFACE RESOURCES FOR A MUNICIPAL CLIENT

An Oregon county turned to Farallon to assess the resources remaining at a quarry.

Farallon conducted a subsurface investigation at an abandoned quarry to determine whether sufficient bedrock remained to reopen the quarry. Following Farallon’s explorations, the county wanted to mine the bedrock to provide aggregate rock for planned road construction in the area, saving transport time and money. 

Water Rights Permitting and Compliance

FARALLON FACILITATES OREGON WATER RIGHTS PERMITTING

Oregon clients turn to Farallon for help with water rights permitting and compliance.

Vegetation Monitoring and Compliance Assistance

FARALLON AIDS CATTLE OWNERS WITH FOREST SERVICE GRAZING PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

Ranchers rely on Farallon to perform annual vegetation monitoring necessary for U.S. Forest Service grazing permits.

USDA Program Enrollment and Compliance Management

FARALLON ENROLLS FARM PRODUCERS IN FARM BILL PROGRAMS

Farmers and ranchers in California, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada rely on Farallon to help with USDA program enrollment and compliance.

Endangered Species Act Habitat Enhancement Planning

FARALLON TEAMS WITH AGENCIES AND LANDOWNERS TO MANAGE NOXIOUS WEED ERADICATION IN ENDANGERED SPECIES HABITAT

A nonprofit weed-management agency engaged Farallon to conduct soil sampling in sage-grouse habitat.

Wetland Enhancement and Restoration

FARALLON FACILITATES EASTERN OREGON WATERFOWL HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECT

When a client wanted to turn nonproductive grazing land into waterfowl habitat, Farallon managed every step of the project, from permitting to planting.

Land Use Consulting and Permitting

FARALLON ACCOMPLISHES LAND-USE REVISION NETTING INCREASED PROPERTY VALUES

Farallon helped landowners through lengthy permitting process to partition farmland into buildable parcels.

Farallon was retained by the owner of nearly 3,000 contiguous acres of land comprising six tax lots.  Farallon managed all aspects of the permitting process to establish 16 discrete parcels from the original farmland parcels.  This land-use revision will allow the client to pass the land down to succeeding generations without limitations on future construction.

Baseline Resources Inventory and Assessment

FARALLON INVENTORIES PROPERTY RESOURCES TO SUPPORT CLIENT'S CONSERVATION EASEMENT

Landowners relied on Farallon to help meet conservation easement funding requirements.

Farallon provided landowners with a baseline inventory of resources on their property, and a catalog of specific locations to facilitate future monitoring, allowing the client to make informed land-management decisions critical to maintaining a conservation easement.