Jim Trainer has earned a reputation with state and local agencies for developing ecologically sound and
cost effective restoration solutions. Jim as been involved in scores of restoration projects throughout the
Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas.
We have learned through the years that each restoration project presents unique challenges due to factors
such as ecological features, related roads and bridges, hydrology, and even the local political landscape.
Because of our experience in dealing with complex ecosystems and our team’s knowledge of restoration engineering,
we are able to anticipate and address problems before they occur, resulting in significant cost savings for our clients.
Restoration projects include:
- Gorst Creek
- Illahee Creek
- Green River Watershed Elk Meadows
- Steele Creek
- Kittitas County Habitat Enhancement
- Strawberry Creek
- Cowling Creek
- City of Bremerton Watershed
- Olympia Watershed
- Anderson Creek
- Grata Creek
- Wilson Creek Watershed
- Cedar River Watershed
- Areas in Kitsap County/ Mason/Jefferson Counties
"He that plants a tree loves others beside himself."
-- Thomas Fuller
Jim Trainer works with private property owners, community environmental groups and state and
local governments on projects such as stream restorations, landslide mitigation and habitat management plans.
Restoration Services include:
- Function/value assesments
- Habitat Enhancement Design
- State and Local agency support
- Revegetation and bioremediation
- Slope stabilization
- Oversight and Monitoring