Rivers and their native fish assemblages exist at the intersection of policy, land use practices, and restoration initiatives in the Pacific Northwest. West Fork Environmental combines expertise in fish biology and ecology with the best available science to develop solutions for complex issues of water and land use practices and potential impacts on fisheries resources.
Our services include the monitoring and response of fish populations to changes in land use and habitat restoration activities, integrating the use of tagging technologies (PIT & acoustic) to track growth, survival and movement. West Fork Environmental also specializes in the integration of fish habitat classification and quantification to inform water management practices. West Fork Environmental is experienced in assisting with compliance needs at all regulatory levels.