Navigating the Endangered Species Act
Early informal consultation with agency or taking other pre-emptive action can help reduce the risk of project disruption
For anyone pursuing a project that may impact a species listed under the Endangered Species Act, it is very important to talk informally to the appropriate government agency at an early stage, to engage the government biologists in discussions over any issues that may be involved, Svend Brandt-Erich....
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