MB&G led the planning, coordination, and management of field data collection efforts to assist the White Mountain Apache Tribe in producing maps of existing vegetation types across the Fort Apache Reservation.
MB&G secured on- and off-site personnel to support existing vegetation management, land management planning and analysis, land survey and status management, cartographic products and resource inventories for the 18 National Forests in the Pacific Southwest Region.
MB&G was contracted by the Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks to complete two phases of a forest inventory and sustainable yield study. The second phase included the development of an integrated Esri geodatabase to monitor and track timber inventory and infrastructure maintenance.
MB&G supports Hancock Natural Resource Group with geospatial applications, forestry support services, and strategic planning.
MB&G is providing geospatial support services to the USDA to target, collect, analyze, and disseminate cost-effective forest health information.