An SBA-Certified Women Owned Small Business


We are excited to announce that Trutta Environmental Solutions, LLC has received the Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) designation from the Small Business Administration as well as the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) certification from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).  WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU? We Trutta Environmental Solutions, LLC will continue to[…]

Rehabilitation Scoring: A Step Toward Optimizing Stormwater Best Management Practices 

Stormwater managers spend significant time selecting and implementing BMPs to address problems in their receiving streams. But they might not have the necessary information to optimize the BMP mix for their particular issues. This could end up costing them more in the long run because resources are not being dedicated to implement the most impactful BMPs in the[…]

High Definition Stream Surveys featured in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Webinar 

Habitat suitability mapping and modeling is a core component of watershed management but can be inaccurate without a complete understanding of what’s happening in your rivers and streams. A high definition stream survey (HDSS) documents entire stream corridors with comprehensive geo-referenced data and video. Replacing extrapolations and assumptions with census data provided by HDSS gives[…]

A High Definition Stream Survey (HDSS) should be the backbone of your MS4 compliance strategy

Everybody wants cleaner water in their community but achieving it in a thorough and cost-efficient way is challenging. HDSS addresses these challenges by documenting MS4 stream issues more quickly and comprehensively than traditional streamwalks. A more holistic understanding of stream issues can reduce compliance costs and will lay the foundation for more targeted and supportable[…]

High Definition Stream Surveys: A Peer Reviewed Technique For Erosion Assessments

Sediment from streambank erosion contributes to water quality deterioration in streams and rivers across the United States. The High Definition Stream Survey (HDSS) technique rapidly collects, analyzes and documents streambank conditions to enable easy prioritization of streambank stabilization projects. Successful sediment reduction and mitigation efforts depend on accurately identifying the location, extent and severity of[…]