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Five years in business

Redcedar Environmental turns five today. We have grown so much in the last five years, not only in numbers, but also as professionals. We have dedicated a lot of energy towards learning new skills and acquiring new certifications. I have been a Certified Arborist for a couple of years now.

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A reading list for environmental consultants

My business partner, Ryan Anderson, owner of OTG Developments Ltd. (www.otgdevelopments.com) has been known to say that being a consultant is easy: all you have to do is read. He is correct, and in that spirit, I have created a must-read list for environmental consultants, presented in no particular order.

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Redcedar Environmental turns 4!

Redcedar Environmental is officially four years old today. We have been working incredibly hard, and we’re all pleased to see the company growing and providing great opportunities to the team while managing some very challenging projects. We’re looking forward to many more years ahead.

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Consulting Arborist Services

I’m happy to announce that I am now an ISA Certified Arborist® with the Tree Risk Assessment Qualification. I am looking forward to bringing the high standards of tree protection supported by the ISA to my everyday practice, and exploring new ways of helping our customers on their development projects.

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Getting the right information quickly

We have found that many of our clients need to make informed property purchase decisions on very short notice. Using our GIS technology we have been able to accurately map out environmental constraints and provide this information to civil engineers to determine if a parcel is reasonably developable. While GIS

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Nesting Bird Surveys

It’s might seem a bit early to start thinking about nesting birds, and that’s precisely why it’s the right time. Most songbirds won’t start nesting in earnest for a couple months. Preparing a site for development now can help prevent delays in the spring and summer. Before grabbing a chainsaw,

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