A Project For Our Future
"What really unites us is the desire to leave a legacy, and to leave something on a scale and of a quality that will matter after we are gone. That is a WES philosophy but it's also a test. We are always testing ourselves and asking why are we doing this and how does it contribute to the legacy- not just for us, but for the community as a whole. These projects mean something to the future generations; the projects we set-up are forever."
The Westervelt Ecological Services Newsletter has always been the place to share with our agency partners, clients, and friends all that we are working on and excited about. The video linked above showcases our feelings and intentions regarding our most valuable assets: the land we work to restore, conserve, and protect. We hope you enjoy learning a little bit more about what is in store for WES. If you'd like additional information about the Little Egbert Tract Project, click the link below.
Thursday, October 29th, 2020

Join local, state, federal, and private industry leaders to celebrate the ground breaking and start of construction at the Big Thompson Confluence Mitigation Bank.

WES will be hosting this event virtually to ensure that all of our partners and staff follow current safety protocols. Details regarding the specifics of the event will be provided closer to the event date.
Join the WES Team!
The Western Region office is looking to fill 3 positions this quarter. From sales to conservation planners, click the link below to search and apply!