SRGII’s resource management services provide comprehensive studies, assessments, plans, and implementation based on an ecosystem approach. This approach seeks to sustain or restore ecological systems and their functions and values. It is goal-driven, and is based on a collaboratively developed vision of desired future conditions that integrates ecological, economic, and social factors.

SRGII offers systematic guidance to environmental managers in addressing the following goals of ecosystem management: maintain and improve sustainability and native biodiversity; identify ecological units, key processes and timeframes; support sustainable human activities; develop priorities and reconcile conflicts; develop coordinated approaches to work toward ecosystem health; rely on the best science and available data; use benchmarks to monitor and evaluate outcomes; use adaptive management; and implement through plans and programs.    


Integrated Resource Management Planning

Studies, assessments, and consultations; management plans for natural resources (e.g., endangered species, botanical, wildlife, introduced species, wetlands, watersheds, coastal and marine); Integrated Resource Management Plans; conservation area master planning; sustainable land use planning; and environmental program management

Natural Resource Surveys

Study design and monitoring protocols; field surveys (e.g., botanical, faunal, freshwater, costal, marine, invasive species); biological assessments; application of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS); data compilation and analysis; and adaptive management resource management recommendations

Invasive Species Control

  Development of plans and methodologies; field protocols; trap selection and layout; trapping; monitoring; analysis and reporting;  vegetation removal; and ungulate exclusion fence construction


 Trend, baseline, project implementation, effectiveness, validation and compliance monitoring; development of plans and methodologies; report preparation; and development of adaptive management strategies to respond to findings 

Socio-Cultural Integration

 Ethnography and oral histories; historic preservation; archeological, historic and other cultural resource management plans, studies and consultations; socioeconomic assessment and mitigation; public issue identification and mitigation; community education, training, and partnerships; economic, ecological, and cultural valuations; material for public meetings and hearings; and educational material 

Tools and Technology

 Includes applications of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS); coordination with landscape architects and native plant landscapers; support for civil engineering design plans to incorporate benefits to ecological functions; and construction oversight