Culvert Mapping Pays Off

Culvert Mapping Pays Off

Culverts Are A Problem Let’s face it, most of the culverts in your Town are old. And quite often there is no record of when they were installed. Plus, in the past 50 years or more, the surrounding landscape has changed. That means runoff has changed too. At Indian...
Storm Water Video

Storm Water Video

This past Fall (2020), GroundPoint was fortunate enough to participate in the Southeast New York Storm Water Conference, being led by the Lower Hudson Coalition of Conservation Districts. For such as small group, the sessions, conducted virtually over the course of...
Wetlands Mapping in 2020

Wetlands Mapping in 2020

Mapping wetlands in accordance with the US Army Corps of Engineers standards requires of evaluation of three things: wetland hydrology, wetland plants, and wetland soils. Typically, that requires standing in the field with a shovel or a soil auger, and marking the...
Drones and Environmental Monitoring

Drones and Environmental Monitoring

Drones & Environmental Monitoring One of the great values of remote sensing technology is that it not only  allows us to see things, but it allows us to MEASURE things that we wouldn’t otherwise be able- either because we just cant get close enough  to measure it...