Applied Ecology

Applied Ecology is a full service ecological restoration company. We provide consultation, interpretation and labor to achieve project goals across almost any ecosystem. We have the skills, equipment and workforce to complete a wide range of projects from invasive species control and forest health prescription to construction and scientific support. Our clients include private land owners, developers, corporations, public agencies and not-for profit organizations.
• Invasive species identification and
• Site preparation - mechanical control
• Trail/Boardwalk construction
• Non-timber forest products
• Vegetation control/release - chemical
• Pre-commercial thinning
• Vegetation control/release -
• Prescribed burning mechanical
• Property surveying
• Wildlife damage control
• Reforestation/tree planting
• Wildlife habitat enhancement
• Site preparation - chemical
• Other: Ecological Restoration

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Applied Ecology is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.

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6230 Carleton Avenue South
Seattle, Washington  98108
Phone: 206-484-6582


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Clallam County, Washington
  • Clark County, Washington
  • Cowlitz County, Washington
  • Grays Harbor County, Washington
  • Island County, Washington
  • Jefferson County, Washington
  • King County, Washington
  • Kitsap County, Washington
  • Lewis County, Washington
  • Mason County, Washington
  • Pacific County, Washington
  • Pierce County, Washington
  • San Juan County, Washington
  • Skagit County, Washington
  • Skamania County, Washington
  • Snohomish County, Washington
  • Thurston County, Washington
  • Wahkiakum County, Washington
  • Whatcom County, Washington

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