Founded in the fall of 2012, Ecosystem Planning and Restoration (EPR) is a small company with a big presence and a singular mission to inspire passion for the environment. The Founders of EPR each worked for larger companies in the past and independently reached the same conclusion that we can better serve the environment and our client’s needs as a small company that values our employee’s passions, focuses on teamwork and shared experiences, and builds lasting relationships. We want our employees to be passionate about their jobs and making a difference in our world. We want to work for clients that believe in practical solutions that find a balance between project goals, cost-effectiveness, and environmental benefits. When we are passionate about our work, quality, teamwork, and innovation naturally follow.
These beliefs form the foundation of our business and have allowed us to grow a company with A+ employee talent. Our multi-disciplinary staff includes environmental scientists, biologists, engineers, planners, foresters, geomorphologists, and technicians, just to name a few. While we have offices in multiple states, we are one company and one Team. Individual performance is recognized and rewarded, but teamwork and collaboration are valued above all. Through teamwork, we are able to work to our collective strengths, overcome our individual weaknesses, and constantly increase the quality and effectiveness of our work.
Our clients are as diverse as our staff and include private, local, State, and Federal organizations. We strive to create trusting and lasting relationships with our clients, with a constant focus on delivering quality and creative solutions. Clients come to us initially to help solve their problems but return to us because of the relationships and trust that are developed. Expect us to deliver on schedule and on budget. Expect us to go above and beyond.
The story of EPR is still being written. While we’re proud of what we have accomplished, we are very excited about the future and the opportunities ahead. We expect those opportunities to include continued growth, increased diversification of environmental services offered, and geographic expansion. We also expect cleaner streams and rivers, restored forests and wetlands, and improved habitat for plants and animals.