Stillwater Sciences specializes in science-based, technical approaches to natural and water resource management. Using a collaborative and targeted approach, we integrate habitat and species information to understand critical ecosystem processes and identify effective measures for restoring and managing rivers and their floodplains as functioning ecosystems within the context of current conditions and future climate change. We work closely with our partner clients, including agencies, industry, and non-governmental organizations, to provide the technical information you need to make scientifically sound management decisions. 

Objective Science

We apply objective science using creative technologies and approaches so that stakeholders can rally behind scientific facts (with acceptable levels of uncertainty) instead of positional goals and interests, ensuring transparency and more sustainable, practical,
and long-term solutions.

Collaborative Approach

Our process is multi-disciplinary, holistic, integrative, resourceful, flexible, and sometimes messy. We seek continuous improvement, and aren’t afraid to think “outside of the box” to get our work done in the best way possible for all stakeholders.

Employee Owned

Stillwater’s employee-owners take pride in our culture of trust, ownership and integrity and creating a work environment that is fair, flexible, and fun.

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