Four distinct ecological regions converge in Central Texas, resulting in a spectacular and intricate landscape that is uniquely our own. Environmental Survey Consulting (ESC) strives to restore and preserve the remarkable diversity of this landscape. We help bring its beauty to more people through ecological restoration, installing and maintaining green infrastructure, land management, native landscaping and education. ESC applies restoration principles to all aspects of our work in residential, commercial and civic settings.
BIG NEWS!! Dale Kruse, curator of the S.M. Tracy Herbarium at Texas A&M University and Texas bryophyte (mosses, hornworts and liverworts) expert, will be leading the 3-day Texas Bryoventure II February 22-24 in the central Texas region. Workshop participants will travel to several collection locations during the day and return to Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve in the evening to ID specimens with guidance from Dale. Registration is required and limited to 15 attendees. REGISTER HERE!!
KLRU’s Central Texas Gardener program recently featured ESC’s Zilker Botanical Garden Riparian Stream Bed Project. Watch the clip to learn more about this riparian and shade demonstration garden.
ESC’s work has been featured in the Austin American Statesman article, “Hill Country land comes back to life at Spicewood Ranch“. Read about our award winning restoration efforts lead by David Mahler. ESC has been restoring the ranch for almost 30 years. You can also watch a video to learn more about our restoration efforts.