Contractors we have worked with
Having worked with many Contractors over the years, our job is made much simpler when it’s an experienced company that’s reliable and has integrity. Here are just some of the many partners that we work with.
When Reclaimit Ltd. team leaders are faced with questions related to land use rights and obligations in the design and execution of their forestland reclamation solutions, they need a reliable, quick and simple to access intelligence.
Reclaimit Ltd. forestland reclamation activities take place in some of the most remote and difficult to reach areas of western Canada’s Boreal Forest. As a matter of fact, >95% of environmental service activities occur in locations that are not accessible by truck during the active field season.
Are you faced with a challenging land reclamation site? You know, the one with the low-quality topsoil. Or maybe it is the site that did not have enough topsoil salvaged during construction. No? Perhaps the topsoil was borrowed to fix another location, and the loan was never repaid? Regardless of why, any environmental professional is challenged to prepare a quality reclamation product when all they have been left with for soil management ingredients are the leftovers.
Frequently, Reclaimit Ltd. forestland reclamation projects require plant species from the unmastered list. That being shrubs like raspberry, blueberry, cranberry, alder, willow, and a lengthy list of many other candidate plants, to meet our forestland restoration goals and objectives. Referenced as our boutique products for the field, when needed they are best sourced and delivered by our preferred one-stop-shop, Boreal Horticultural Services.
Do you require reforestation services where the service team brings not only their muscle, tools, and transportation, but their critical thinking skills too? Then look no further than Windfirm Resources Inc., the preferred service team of Reclaimit Ltd. since 2003.
Periodically, environmental management projects undertaken by Reclaimit’s forestry professionals need a large volume of the mainstream plants, those that typically come to mind when designing land reclamation programs in the Boreal Forest. So when that need arises many of us think of the more familiar spruce and pine trees.