Restoring the Natural Environment

K&A provides innovative environmental engineering and design to meet our clients' needs, whether it's related to stormwater permitting or mitgating flooding.  We work with municipalities, universities, school districts, and many nonprofit organizations to restore natural areas to benefit the local environment, protect and enhance wildlife habitat, curb pollution and help our clients meet their goals.

Photo: Streambank restoration and native plantings at South Crosstown Ponds

Highlighted Projects:

Portage Creek Streambank Restoration at Milham Park

Mitigating Critical Erosion Sites in Kalamazoo River

Davis Creek Natural Features Inventory

Arcadia Creek Floodplain Enhancement

South Crosstown Ponds Streambank Restoration

[Additional Projects]

- K&A partners with Kalamazoo Valley Community College on new stormwater project
-Brian Boyer to serve 2nd year on the WEF National MS4 Award Selection Committee
- Mark Kieser appointed to Earth & Water Group's Advisory Board
-K&A received MDEQ recognition for work within the local Arcadia Creek Watershed
- Work moving forward on Pollinator Project
- K&A Staff sought out for Stormwater Expertise
- K&A to contribute to efforts to improve water quality for Lake Erie
- K&A partners to support Iowa League of Cities on new 3 year grant
- Now Available! Use of Economic Instruments in Water Policy
- KVCC continues pursuit of K&A Stormwater Neutral Status
- K&A Ag Water Management Work Featured
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