River Ranch Wetland Mitigation Bank, Phase II: completed construction. Photo credit - Wildlands

Wildnote technology was enthusiastically received at the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference 2017. New technologies help meet today's challenges as federal environmental regulations and conservation priorities shift. More efficient data collection methods are high on the priority list.

Custom form building has arrived Design new or edit existing surveys. Create the specific forms you need for each project.

Coming soon - KML Export Export geotagged data to Google Earth, including photos. 

Wildlands Case Study -  See how using Wildnote helps one mitigation bank become more time efficient.
Citizen Science Photo Contest Winner: Michaela Robbins "Male Mountain Goat taken at Glacier National Park."
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Technological devices ranging from tablets and smart phones to drones and robots combined with data collection apps provide efficiencies in environmental compliance and monitoring.

A new structure and a new policy platform aim to unite and guide this growing economic force.


photo credit: Wildlands - River Ranch Wetland Mitigation Bank, Phase II: post construction

"Green is Good" - Will the new administration's "business-friendly" agenda be friendly to the fast-growing business of conservation investment?

Restoration Systems view of what win-win regulatory reform might look like. 

ScienceAlert! Extensive traumatic damage to coral reefs from global warming found in the  Chagos Archipelago. 

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