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Putting the nature back in nature.

If you need native plant material supplied and installed we do that.

If you have a riverbank that needs vegetating to prevent erosion we do that.

If you need to stabilize a slope or fix a drainage channel we do that.

We have spent years researching and iterating our revegetation and soil bioengineering offering.

We are leaders in Western Canada for supply, installation, maintenance and monitoring of ecological restoration projects because we have a passion to see these projects succeed. 

Our top priority is safety for our team, the environment and our local communities and we carry a Certificate of Recognition to prove it.

Ecological Restoration Services

  • Bio-engineering supply and installation
  • Live stakes, Whips, Live rods, for all bioengineering and slope stability methods
  • Native plant supply and installation in municipal, industrial, and remote sites
  • Ability to grow, source and plant over 100,000 units per season
  • Pre-disturbance cataloguing and seed/cutting collection for propagation
  • Seeding (manual and mechanical)
  • Tree planting
  • Plant holding, storage and logistics
  • Maintenance
  • Erosion and sediment control, fencing, herbivory deterrents, weeding, watering
  • Solar Irrigation system
  • Temporary remote autonomous solar irrigation system design, deployment and monitoring
  • Invasive plant and weed management
  • Plant health assessments
  • Professional consultation on existing project challenges
  • Live Stake And Native Plant Supply

    Live stakes make a big impact fast at a low cost. These dormant living stem cuttings create fast-growing root masses that lock the soil together to prevent erosion from flowing water. They can also be used to secure erosion and sediment control products, vegetate shoreline armouring boulders, improve habitat for birds, fish and mammals and add to the aesthetics of a site. We also source and select the highest quality plug and potted plant material for landscape planting plans.


    Extreme weather can cause major issues while managing a restoration project. Our planting and aftercare standard procedures aim to reduce the effects of uncertain weather events to prevent stress and mortality on establishing plants. Our motto of ‘early and often’ has helped us to reduce the total cost of maintenance by nipping new problems in the bud and preventing compounding issues common in battling the forces of nature.

    • Invasive and unwanted plant management
    • Erosion and sediment control
    • Fencing for the public and to prevent herbivory
    • Pest management
    • Pruning and plant replacement
  • Monthly reporting and strategy updates
  • Spring health and maintenance assessments
  • Fall winterization
  • Watering – manual and solar irrigation system deployment
  • Solar Irrigation