WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
Cascade Environmental Resource Group Ltd. offers a wide range of environmental consulting and land use planning services to meet the needs of governments, agencies, recreation and resort operators, natural resource companies, land developers, stakeholder groups, and private citizens throughout British Columbia, Alberta and the Yukon. Our team of experienced Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP) Registered Professional Biologists (R.P.Bio) are available to conduct environmental assessments for your applications and permits, including production of Crown land Tenure Management Plans and Adventure Tourism Management Plans.
Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP)
Registered Professional Biologists (R.P.Bio)
Riparian Area Protection Regulation (RAPR) Assessment
Construction Environmental Monitoring Plans
Instream Works – Water Sustainability Act (WSA)
Habitat & Aquatic Assessment
Invasive Species Assessment
Bird Nest Surveys
Crown land Tenure Management Plans
Adventure Tourism Management Plans
Recreation Trail Strategies
Recreation Master Plans
Permits and Approval applications
District of Squamish (DOS) DPA1 application support
We provide QEP services for strategic land use and environmental planning to help mitigate environmental impact & restore habitat while facilitating growth & development. We have extensive experience with environmental approval processes under a number of jurisdictions.
Cascade produces colourful and informative professional quality cartographic products. Mapping products generated by Cascade are used in reports and legal documents, informative kiosks, bike race maps and marketing materials
Cascade works with clients across North America, assisting with Production of Crown land Tenure Management Plans and Adventure Tourism Management Plans
Cascade works with clients across North America, assisting with ecosystem-based recreation and resort management, development and strategic planning projects including new resort development, permitting for adventure tourism, and recreation and trail strategies.