Project Title | Reserva Santa Fe
Client Name | Desarrollo y Ecología S.A. de C.V.
Collaborators | TOA, Chapingo Autonomous University, Phytopathology department, Mexico Autonomous University, Zoology Laboratory
Location | Outside Mexico City, Mexico
The core of our work at Reserva Santa Fe included the coordination of ecological baseline studies including fungi, flora and fauna inventories, fuel accumulation and fire risk assessment, phytopathology studies, and overall ecosystem health assessment. We also provided strategic forest management consulting as well as personnel training for erosion control measures and direct treatment of specific forest parasites.
Documentation of the biological diversity existing on the site, including endemic salamanders, rattlesnakes, rare bat species, and migratory birds among others
Coordination of the professional training for tall height tree pruning and subsequent removal of parasitic vegetation
Establishment of native plant nurseries for reforestation and propagation for native restorative landscape design
Training site maintenance crew for erosion control strategies in order to mitigate soil loss and avoid creek sedimentation