The Leaflet Newsletter Articles - February 2018

Aspen Continues to Provide Full Suite of Environmental Services for Littlerock Sediment Removal Project

Littlerock Reservoir and Dam were built in 1924 for the purpose of impounding seasonal water flows (rainfall and snow melt) from Little Rock Creek. The facility is owned by Palmdale Water District (District) and is located within Angeles National Forest […]

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Aspen Completes EIR for POLB and SCE Transmission Line Replacement Project

Aspen recently applied its extensive transmission line experience in completing an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Port of Long Beach (POLB) on the Southern California Edison Transmission Line Replacement Project. The EIR was unanimously certified and the project approved by the POLB’s Board of Harbor Commissioners on December 11, 2017 […]

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Nesting Bird Season is Just Around the Corner

You may have put away your calling bird and French hen decorations from the holidays, but nesting season for local birds is just around the corner. Although February 15 through August 31 is generally considered the nesting season in southern California, some species, such as owls and raptors, start early while other species, such as hummingbirds and doves, may nest year round […]

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Spotlight: Aquatic Services

Aspen Environmental Group maintains a core staff of freshwater and marine ecologists who continue to provide creative solutions to complex aquatic issues. Our expert fisheries biologists and stream ecologists are working on some of the most complex construction and recovery projects in Southern California including the Santa Ana River, Little Rock Creek, Ventura River, and the Santa Clara River […]

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