Complex sites demand innovative solutions. At CUWR, we understand that multidisciplinary teams are often best situated to restore degraded sites to state ecological, economic and social viability.
· CUWR has partnered with the California State Lands Commision, Conservation Management Institute at Virginia Tech, United States Environmental Protection Agency, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Bioengineering Group, San Francisco Estuary Institute and others.
· CUWR uses its non-profit status to negotiate solutions with for land management, including accepting title to contaminated land during the remediation and restoration process as part of the growing 'green investment' market.
· CUWR secures and administers remediation and restoration contracts on behalf of stakeholders.
· CUWR can produce articles for publication in newspapers, academic and professional journals that detail our site specific approaches to watershed restoration and foster community awareness of sustainable design principles.
· CUWR’s board members offer backgrounds in: environmental law, communications, engineering, urban forestry, and other topics. They are collectively well positioned to identify appropriate partners and negotiate contracts to achieve the best outcome for project sites.
· CUWR actively seeks partners from local communities as well as municipal, state and federal granting and planning agencies to develop new opportunities for watershed restoration. We understand the need for green architecture in the cities of the future, and facilitate solutions that are progressive and enduring.