Peninsula Environmental Group, Inc. is an interdisciplinary team of natural resource consultants and environmental professionals.
We are a solution-oriented group of arborists, watershed and wetland biologists, urban & community foresters, ecologists, horticulturalists, and designers dedicated to holistic ecosystem management. We evaluate, analyze and interpret the biological world from individual trees and small residential properties to the dynamic and complex ecosystems within our communities, urban areas, and wildland-urban interfaces. Our environmental solutions provide clients with advanced, yet accessible, science-based management of landscapes. Let us help you better manage your land and plants.
PEG provides residential evaluation, planning and permitting services for trees, wetlands, shoreline developments, small landowner forests, wildlife habitat surveys, mitigation projects and tree protection projects.
For business, public and municipal sectors we provide biological evaluation, interpretation, planning, permitting, compliance and monitoring services. PEG performs wetland delineations, ratings and mitigation services, tree risk management and tree protection planning, tree inventories, compliance and monitoring, shoreline impact and net-loss evaluations, green space planning, wildlife habitat surveys and monitoring, UAV and geospatial solutions, and other important environmental consulting services. We deliver urban forest consulting, natural system consulting, and remote sensing services across Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Michigan.
We also provide residential and institutional plant disease management services, invasive and noxious weed management, IPM planning, habitat restoration, steep slope and shoreline restoration and critical area restoration services in Washington State.
“Peninsula Environmental Group holistically manages the fragmented, yet interconnected, ecosystems within our communities, urban areas and wild spaces. Our passion is the interface between person and plant, community and green space.”