Wildlands’ announces new nutrient offset and buffer mitigation bank: North Fork Little River

NFLR mapWildlands is pleased to announce that we are in the process of opening up our North Fork Little River Nutrient Offset and Buffer Mitigation Bank. This bank is located in the Upper Falls Watershed of the Neuse River Basin (8-digit USGS HUC 03020201) near Bahama, in Durham County.

The purposes of the Bank are to:

Provide riparian buffer mitigation credits to compensate for unavoidable buffer impacts in the Neuse River Basin.

Provide nutrient offset credits for stormwater requirements with new and existing development requiring nitrogen and phosphorous offsets within the Falls Lake Watershed.

CLICK HERE to read the Bank’s public notice posted on the NC Department of Environmental Quality website.

Construction is Complete on Cannon Creek

Wildlands is pleased to announce that construction has been completed on our first turn-key mitigation project, Cannon Creek Full-Delivery Project, in South Carolina. CLICK HERE to learn more about this project, which restored 4,764 linear feet of Cannon Creek and its tributaries.


Wildlands’ Raleigh office gives back to the community

Our Raleigh team had a great time volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County. During their day of service, they focused on the roof and siding. Through our One + One Initiative, Wildlands gives multiple volunteer hours a year to each the local community. Learn more about our One + One Initiative »

Congrats to Greg Turner for receiving his PE license!

Greg TurnerWildlands is thrilled to announce that Greg Turner has received his professional engineer license! Join us in congratulating Greg on this impressive achievement.


Greg serves as a Water Resources Engineer in the Wildlands Engineering Raleigh office. He has more than four years of experience working on a variety of projects including stormwater BMP design, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stream and wetland restoration design and monitoring, erosion and sediment control, and wetland delineations. Greg is a team player and enjoys assisting with the planning, design, and monitoring of ecological engineering projects.

Alea Tuttle receives Professional Wetland Scientist certification

Professional Wetland Scientist, ALea TuttleJoin us in congratulating Wildlands team member, Alea Tuttle, for receiving her Professional Wetland Scientist certification! This certification is awarded by the Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program, which evaluates each applicant based on a combination of academic coursework, continuing education training, years of working experience in the field, letters of recommendation, and an essay describing an area of expertise. As a recipient of this certification, Alea meets the standards expected of a practicing wetland professional and she agrees to adhere to standards of professional ethics with regard to the conduct and practice of wetland science. Way to go, Alea!

Wildlands is excited to sponsor “Partners for Parks”

What a wonderful evening we had at the “Partners For Parks” social event for annual sponsors, last night. Wildlands Engineering is honored to sponsor such a great organization that values the importance of green spaces within our region.

Learn more about Partners for Parks by visiting their website: www.partnersforparks.org.




Wildlands completes the Morgan Creek Stream Restoration Project

The Wildlands team recently completed the Morgan Creek Stream Restoration Project, which will reduce sediment loading and thermal impacts to the Valley River. Wildlands provided assessment, design, bidding, and construction services for this project that is approximately 1000 feet in length.

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Wildlands is seeking a Water Resources Engineer in our Asheville office

Career at Wildlands EngineeringWildlands Engineering is seeking a dynamic individual to join our growing team in our Asheville, NC office. The preferred candidate should have 1 to 4 years of experience and understand the ecologic and hydrologic processes important to water resources engineering and ecosystem restoration in the Southeastern United States.


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