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Our innovative solutions bring native habitats to life

Habitat Restoration

Full range of habitat restoration capabilities.

A Long History of Successful Habitat Restoration.

Natures Image is a full-service native habitat restoration/mitigation company serving both private and public clients throughout the West. Since the early 1990s, we have successfully restored and maintained hundreds of habitat communities, representing thousands of acres, including riparian, coastal sage scrub, freshwater and saltwater marsh, desert, chaparral, oak woodlands and native grasslands. We offer our clients a full range of construction and maintenance services for all their habitat restoration and mitigation needs.

Our ability to balance the needs of thoughtfully planned land development with the restoration and preservation of unique natural habitats is the hallmark of Natures Image.

Habitat restoration is crucial to the preservation of both native plant species and wildlife. Through the elimination of invasive species and the revegetation and propagation of native plant species, we create self-sustaining habitats for threatened and endangered wildlife.

Case Studies

Robertson Ranch Maintenance Project

Overview In early 2012 Natures Image (NI) was hired to take over 120-Day and 5-Year maintenance of approximately 26.50 acres of mixed native habitats including 6.08 acres wetland and 20.42 acres of coastal sage scrub. The Challenge This project was previously... read more

Las Virgenes Creek Rehabilitation Project

Overview Natures Image worked as a subcontractor to Valdez Construction to restore 400 feet of trapezoidal concrete channel set out by Stakeholders for the City of Calabasas. The project intent was to create a community amenity by returning a concrete stream bed to a... read more

Matilija Dam Restoration Project

Overview The Matilija Dam is located approximately 16 miles north of the Pacific Ocean on Matilija Creek, which flows downstream from the dam for approximately 0.6 miles before joining the North Fork Matilija Creek and becoming the main stem of the Ventura River.... read more

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For more information or to discuss your particular habitat restoration or mitigation needs, please contact us by calling (949) 680-4400 or complete the form below.

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