Threatenend/Endangered Plant Restoration

Threatened and Endangered Species (TES) include any species that is likely to become an endangered species within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range (threatened) and any species that is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range (endangered).

IRM can assist local or federal agencies, field botanists, foresters or any landowners who wish to manage their property that includes TES species and resources.  IRM’s utilizes an ecosystem management approach with the goal of recovery of threatened and endangered species and their habitats; conservation of sensitive species and their habitats; and providing for the diversity of plant and animal communities on the land in question.

IRM has the expertise to restore TES species through a variety of habitat improvements, monitoring, analysis, conservation planning, and coordination with other resources.  IRM can accomplish specific recovery and conservation objectives for TES species and their habitats.

Salem West Harvest with Crew 3Nov2010

Preparing endangered checker spot mallow for re-establishment


  • Threatened & Endangered Plant Inventory & Analysis
  • Threatened & Endangered Plant Management & Recovery Plans
  • Threatened & Endangered Planting & Monitoring

Please visit our Projects: Habitat Restoration page for examples of related Projects completed by IRM.