Street Sounds Ecology works with research institutions, municipalities, and organizations to develop and apply new thinking in how we understand, manage, and steward the natural resources in our cities. Through research, policy, and engagement we provide a full suite of services. See our Products page to view a selection of deliverables for the following services.

Program Development -

We work with you to develop natural resource management programs that employ best practices and science.  

Research Design and Implementation -

Offering a range of skills including qualitative and quantitative research design, program evaluation, and research methods, we cater to a variety of scientific rigors.

Science Delivery and Reporting -

We provide experience translating science findings to a multitude of audiences, including targeted stakeholders and the public; services include narrative construction, content writing, and product creation.

Policy Interpretation and Development -

Through interpreting code, policy, and management approaches we provide reliable support to environmental management.

Engagement and Convening -

We specialize in connecting resource management practitioners, science professionals, municipal decision makers, and the community to develop common goals and needs.

Talks and Teaching - 

Through invited presentations, guest lectures, or guided class sessions we offer a range of direct educational sessions both in and out of the classroom. 

Campaign and Advocacy -

By developing a deliberate and strategic approach to pursuing funding, adapting to changes in resource management, and navigating politicalized nature, we can support your organizations efforts in urban ecology.

 


Street Sounds Ecology seeks healthier more efficient communities built on understanding and capturing the value of natural resources and systems. We see these systems as true urban ecologies: equally composed of bird song and car stereo, natural stream and concrete gutter. Understanding each of these features and the interplay between their systems will help improve the places where we live, work, and play.