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California native and water design

The Wildscape Restoration team specializes in California native plant species with low water requirements and aesthetic with function design. Our in-house designers and crew will meet the needs of the space, function, design, time frame, budget, and creative goals. We are experienced with turf removal guidelines, designs and procedures for city rebate programs. Designing with California native plants means: less water, low maintenance, low upkeep, and eco-friendly sustainability.

Services provided but not limited to:

 

  • Design
  • Turf Removal
  • Plant List
  • Soil Amendment
  • Berm Building
  • Sod Installation
  • Weed Fabric
  • Pea Gravel

 

 

 

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2008 Storm Damage Repairs Permitting

Ventura County Transportation Department

Aliso Canyon Road, Santa Paula, Ventura County CA

 

Wildscape provided construction monitoring and regulatory coordination services for the Aliso Canyon project.  The project is located near 3020 Aliso Canyon Road, County of Ventura, California. Wildscape Restoration prepared the project maps and permit applications for CDFW, USACE, and RWQCB. Project maps included vegetation communities, biological constraints analysis, jurisdictional delineation, and proposed impact areas. The construction monitoring included a pre-construction survey, and surveys for all bird species, including presence/absence surveys for Least Bell’s Vireo (LBV). Wildscape also conducted biological sensitivity training meeting for construction contractors, and provided biological monitors on-site during vegetation removal, initial grading (removal of the first 12-inches of soil), water diversion activities, and at least twice each week for the duration of construction activities.

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