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As our urban ecosystems undergo constant stress and disturbance, building strength with native species is critical to managing our natural spaces.
The interface between terrestrial and aquatic systems is a delicate place. Riparian restoration requires careful, interdisciplinary planning to address the known disturbances, and efficiently mitigate their future effects.
Through several decades of pioneering remote, forest re-establishment practices, Brinkman Restoration continues to push vegetation re-establishment with innovative practices, in the urban environment.
Water, wind and human induced disturbance are significant contributors to the degradation of soil quality, rising water quality issues, and adverse effects on human health.
Employing the latest bioengineering and ecological restoration techniques, our team of experts can help revitalize urban ecosystems through living infrastructure.
Brinkman Restoration Western Office:
520 Sharpe St., New Westminster BC, V3M 4R2
Brinkman Restoration Eastern Office:
22 Hunt Street, Hamilton, ON, L8R 1R2