The Lake Country
We work in all sorts of environments, located all over the The Lake Country ecoregion, as determined by the EPA. The Lake Country spans over northeast Indiana, parts of northwest Ohio, and south central and southwest Michigan. According to the EPA:
“The Lake Country ecoregion is a hummocky and pitted morainal area characterized by many pothole lakes, ponds, marshes, bogs, and clear streams. The well-drained end moraines and kames once supported oak-hickory forests whereas wetter areas had beech forests or northern swamp forests; the very poorly-drained kettles had tamarack swamp, cattail-bulrush marshes, or sphagnum bogs. Today, marshes and woodland remain but corn, soybean, and livestock farming is dominant; recreational and residential developments commonly surround the lakes of Ecoregion 56a.” (epa.gov)
The Lost Landscapes of Lakes Country
Current Work Area
Here is a map of the counties we are currently working in. Depending on the project, we are willing to travel outside these counties.