The Jefferson Slough Eurasian Watermilfoil Control and Eradication Project has been highlighted in the Society for Ecological Restoration, Northwest Chapter’s Spring, 2018 newsletter. Please follow the links to the SER website for project information: Construction of narrower channel adjacent to infested segment of Jefferson Slough. Newly constructed channel segment immediately following seeding & hydro-mulching. http://chapter.ser.org/northwest http://chapter.ser.org/northwest/files/2018/03/Jefferson-Slough-Eurasian-Watermilfoil_Mike-Sanctuary.pdf Share
The Bozeman Creek Enhancement Committee and the design team led by Confluence Consulting, TD&H Engineering, Intrinsik Architecture, Nishkian Monks, Vaughn Environmental, and Design 5 gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony on June 22nd to celebrate the completion of the Bozeman Creek Enhancement project. This project was established to improve Bozeman Creek through Bogert Park. Conceived in 2010, the project is the result of six years of planning, community involvement, fundraising, design and permitting. A top priority of the Bozeman Creek Enhancement Plan adopted by the City Commission in 2012, the Bogert project was the second project to be constructed using funding provided by the City’s Trails, Open Space and Parks Bond Fund. Originating... (more...)
Confluence [kŏńflōō-əns], noun: A gathering, flowing, or meeting together at one juncture. While commonly used to define the meeting of two streams, we also believe the term confluence best describes the manner in which we provide clients with superior, cost-effective solutions. We work closely with our clients to ensure each of our projects is a confluence of creative ideas, thoughtful planning, effective communication, and quality implementation. Confluence Consulting is uniquely located in Bozeman, Montana. We have completed high quality work for clients spanning 16 states.