Bozeman Creek Restoration Planning Continues

Efforts to return Bozeman Creek to a more natural state are flowing in Bogert Park.  Read the recent article in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle:   Plans flowing for curvier, more natural Bozeman Creek

Confluence in Our Communities

Confluence staff members have been active in their communities, completing a wide variety of volunteer projects.  Wetland scientist Brian Sandefur and Stream Restoration Specialist Mike Sanctuary have recently assisted an Eagle Scout candidate on a stormwater detention and drain next to Sacajawea Middle School in Bozeman, MT.  With Brian’s guidance, the scout created a wetland […]

Confluence Expands Wetland Division

Confluence has recently been retained by the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) to carry out a three year term contract for performing wetlands monitoring on MDT’s wetland mitigation sites throughout Montana.  Confluence’s Brian Sandefur, based in Bozeman, Montana, will be leading a team of 11 professionals to carry out annual wetland monitoring and reporting on MDT’s […]

Confluence Wins Contract To Develop Sediment Model

Confluence has been retained to quantify sediment loads from upland sources using GIS and Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) modeling strategies in the Boulder-Elkhorn TMDL Planning Area.  Confluence has significant experience modeling sediment using GIS based USLE sediment models.  We have successfully developed and implemented six watershed scale USLE models to characterize stream sediment:  Upper […]

Confluence

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 […]