Jodi McGraw Consulting (JMc) is a biological consulting firm that assists public and private entities with conservation, restoration, habitat management, research, and permitting projects. We specialize in projects involving rare and endangered species, sensitive habitats, and imperiled ecosystems, including the Santa Cruz sandhills and other unique edaphic (i.e., soils-based) systems.
JMc also conducts landscape-scale conservation planning to inform long-term, coordinated efforts to safeguard conservation values including connectivity, sensitive habitats, and rare species, and associated co-benefits including for water, cultural, recreational, and scenic resources.
We provide comprehensive project services, from assessments and planning through implementation and project reporting. JMc works individually and also partners with others as part of multidisciplinary teams. Whether working independently or teaming, JMc provides products on-time and within budget.
Our firm employs smart, hard-working ecologists and restoration technicians with the diverse skills needed to plan, implement, and document the effectiveness of our clients projects. JMc is a Certified Pest Control Business and staff are US Fish and Wildlife Service-approved to work with several rare and endangered species including Zayante band-winged grasshopper, Mount Hermon June beetle, and Smith’s blue butterfly.