Our Environmental Approach to Wildfires, Floods & Other Natural Disasters
At HUWA Natural Disasters, it’s our deep understanding and knowledge of the land before natural disasters occur that guides our reclamation and restoration efforts.
We have successfully reclaimed over 1.5 million acres, in more than 40 of the United States, from coast to coast and border to border.
This includes effective restoration and reclamation efforts from the aftermath of the Hayman Fire, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Harvey – as well as several other lands affected by natural disasters.
Our 30+ years of successful restoration and reclamation efforts begins with our deep understanding of land, hydrology, turbidity, soil, vegetative and biological insights.
Powered by SolSpec, we use our proprietary analysis to enhance existing USGS data – allowing us to develop prescriptive and priority-based plans, giving us rapid focus on:
- Areas to address first to mitigate the critical safety risks for humans, wildlife and water flow
- Erosion and sediment mitigation to protect watershed and potable water
- Regenerating soil fertility for proper and sustainable restoration in the precious moments after the storm
- Areas for critical and immediate construction