Stillwater Sciences applies the best science to solve environmental problems and improve natural resource management and river and watershed restoration throughout the Western U.S.
Stillwater works closely with our clients, including agencies, industry, and non-governmental organizations, to provide the technical information you need to make scientifically sound management decisions. Stillwater Sciences is an employee-owned and California-certified Woman Business Enterprise and Small Business Enterprise.
Stillwater scientists are passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. Our services reflect that passion, and benefit from the multidisciplinary experience of our staff.
Our areas of expertise include fish and aquatic ecology, geomorphology, botany and riparian ecology, water quality, wildlife, and spatial analysis/GIS.
With our focused expertise in watershed ecology, we assist our clients with needs in the following service areas:
- Watershed assessment & planning
- River restoration planning and implementation
- Environmental compliance, planning and permitting
- Hydroelectric project relicensing and license implementation
- Levees & floodplain protection
- Urban streams management and hydromodification
- Dam removal modeling and impact analysis
What People Say
Stillwater personnel have a proven ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders… They earn the respect of the process participants because they… develop sound science and seek to develop innovative solutions.Roger K. Masuda
Attorney for Turlock Irrigation District
I have used Stillwater Sciences for many projects, and have yet to be disappointed. Their scientific standards, professional credibility, their work ethic, and general demeanor are all of the highest level.Michael Bowen
Project Manager, California State Coastal Conservancy
We are very grateful for the expertise and perspectives that you are contributing! Honestly, without your interest and knowledge- we would not be able to move forward with permitting for innovative streamflow projects.Tasha McKee
Water Program Director, Sanctuary Forest