Asheville Ecological Services Field Office
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Photo - Discussing Cane River dam removal on site. Credit A. Goetz/USFWS
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Project planning and review

Design and construction recommendations

Biological assessment contents and tips

Additional information for consultations in emergency situtations

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    Photo: Mara Alaexander discusses mountain bogs. Credit: USFWS
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    Newsroom


    Photo: Discussing wetlands restoration plans. Credit: USFWS
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    Private landowner resources


    Photo: Teaching students about stream animals. Credit - USFWS
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    Education resources

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    Federally threatened or endangered species in in North Carolina

    Profiles for mountain and upper Piedmont species

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      Due to concerns about the corona virus, all of the employees of the Asheville Ecological Services Office are currently working from home in an effort to curb the spread of the virus. However, our office is still conducting business. Here's how to contact us:

      • Since hard copy mail may not be delivered/seen in a timely manner, patrons are advised to send correspondence directly to the staff member via email. If you don't know exactly who to direct your email to, please send it to karla_quast@fws.gov.
      • All our employees are reachable by email and cell phone.
      • Staff directory and contact inforamtion

     

     

     
    Last Updated: June 22, 2020
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