The Region’s Trusted Source for Stream and Wetland Permitting.

Stream & Wetland Permitting

AllStar Ecology has established itself as a leader in the region for regulatory issues related to streams and wetlands by providing clients with exceptional service and the necessary support to complete projects in both the public and private sectors.

We have completed field assessments and subsequent permitting packages on over 1,500 oil and gas projects spread across 50,000 acres in West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania since 2010.  Our clients have found that the groundwork laid in the initial wetland and stream delineation often saves money over the entirety of their projects, as this phase of project assessment often allows clients to anticipate and plan for subsequent permitting; including but not limited to threatened and endangered species surveys, Phase 1 cultural resource investigations, and mitigation and restoration planning.

Our Services Include:

• Delineations and Permitting
• Mitigation Solutions
• Environmental Monitoring
• Restoration Design
• Construction Services

Delineations & Permitting

AllStar has an experienced staff of 20 wetland delineators to quickly get your project location assessed for streams and wetlands. AllStar can put together a permitting package that provides regulatory agencies with the needed information to move your project forward through the Section 401/404 programs. Our team members are able to take projects from the field to the desktop within days and reports are prepared for regulatory submission in less than two weeks.


Anna Runner, Project Manager / Environmental Scientist / GIS Specialist in Stream & Wetland Services
Anna Runner –

Environmental Scientist III / Lead Senior Project Manager

Anna Runner has studied environments in FL and WV with an emphasis on Federally Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys and Wildlife Conservation. Currently, Ms. Runner focuses on project management and client correspondence for a wide variety of projects. She specializes in GIS Analysis and Clean Water Act permitting with the United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Environmental Protection Agency, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and various State Regulatory Agencies.

Dave Bohnert, Environmental Scientist III / Senior Project Manager in Stream & Wetland Services
Dave Bohnert –

Environmental Scientist III / Senior Project Manager

David Bohnert became part of the AllStar team in 2014 as a field delineator. He currently works as a Senior Project Manager focusing on client correspondence, scheduling fieldwork, creating and reviewing environmental reports, and conducting state and federal environmental permitting. Mr. Bohnert still conducts environmental fieldwork occasionally on impact assessments to ascertain what, if any, permitting will be required.


Permitting project in Noble County, Ohio

Permitting Post Tree Clearing

AllStar performed agency correspondence after a tree clearing event occurred prior to the submittal of environmental permitting for a project in Noble County, OH. This resulted in multiple complications in the permitting process associated with the premature cutting, particularly with the USACE and USFWS in regards to Nationwide and ESA Section 7 Permitting. However, AllStar handled these complications quickly and effectively and the project is currently scheduled for construction.

Permitting project for a pipeline in Marshall County, WV

Pipeline Permitting

AllStar completed a stream and wetland delineation and rare, threatened, and endangered capture study as part of the permitting process for the construction of a pipeline right of way in Marshall County, WV. AllStar staff coordinated with WVDEP, USACOE, USFWS, and WVDNR in order to successfully complete the permitting process.

 Stream & Wetland Delineation Project in Doddridge County, WV

Stream & Wetland Delineation

AllStar conducted a stream and wetland delineation within an existing project area in Doddridge County, WV. Although the project had already been constructed, increased culvert outlet protection was needed to control erosion. Prior to construction, permitted impacts were flagged to clearly mark areas permitted for impacts.