Landfill Habitat Maintenance
Native Plant Habitat Management and Maintenance Services – County of Orange
For six years we provided management and maintenance services for the native plant habitat sites within the Frank R. Bowerman (FRB) and Santiago Canyon landfills, including Bee Canyon Access Road Mitigation Site, Front Face Mitigation Site, Desilting Basin Mitigation Site, West Channel Mitigation Site, Future Landslide Backcut Mitigation Site, Coastal Sage Scrub Habitat within Landfill Footprint, and Coastal Sage Scrub Habitat in Easement Areas.
Areas include over 200 acres of coastal sage scrub habitat, nine acres of upland and coast live oak woodland habitat, along with sycamore woodland and riparian scrub habitat. Our crews provide the full range of habitat maintenance services for the landfill, including weed abatement services, soil analysis, native seed collection, native plant installation, supplemental irrigation via water truck, hydroseeding, protection of existing native plant habitat resources, and general maintenance.
We worked closely with the client to achieve agency signoff for several mitigation components of the project.