Non-profit organizations are foundational supports of land and water conservation throughout the U.S. and abroad. AES partners with, and provides technical and scientific support to, non-profit groups who share the vision of healthy ecosystems.
Many of AES’ largest projects have been with international non-profit organizations or regionally-focused and local non-profits, involving research, land planning, natural resource management, and ecological restoration.
For projects needing grant funding, AES offers technical scoping and assistance with grant procurement and execution of the funded work. We consistently bring a solid ecological approach and innovative techniques to assessing impacts, restoring ecosystems, and supporting the needs of organizations that provide protection to our natural world.
Our range of services to the non-profit sector includes:
- Procurement Assistance for Grant Funding
- Natural Resource Assessment + Management Planning
- Restoration + Management of Natural Areas
- Invasive Plant Management + Monitoring
- Threatened + Endangered Plant + Animal Surveys
- Comprehensive Wetland Services
- Aerial Imaging, Remote Sensing Analysis, + GIS Mapping
- Wildlife Studies
- QAPP Preparation
AES scientists integrate ecological principles with innovative thinking to help promote the diverse missions of environmentally-focused non-profit organizations.
From policy issues to on-the-ground habitat management, AES lends ecological expertise and technical skills to projects that benefit from cost-effective, scientifically defensible outcomes.
Whether addressing oak-savanna restoration, invasive species in Great Lakes marshes, Gulf coastal dynamics, or prairie-wetland hydrology, our multi-disciplinary team works with non-profit partners to plan and implement projects with triple bottom-line results.